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This book offers a reassessment of the work of Emile Durkheim in the context of a French philosophical tradition that had seriously misinterpreted Kant by interpreting his theory of the categories as psychological faculties. Durkheim's sociological theory of the categories, as revealed by Warren Schmaus, is an attempt to provide an alternative way of understanding Kant. For Durkheim the categories are necessary conditions for human society. The concepts of causality, space and time underpin the moral rules and obligations that make society possible. A particularly interesting feature of this book is its transcendence of the distinction between intellectual and social history by placing Durkheim's work in the context of the French educational establishment of the Third Republic. It does this by subjecting student notes and philosophy textbooks to the same sort of critical analysis typically applied only to the classics of philosophy.

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‘With its wealth of research but also critical ideas and arguments, it makes an important and original contribution both to scholarship and ongoing debate in the area. For it is not just a history of ideas. It centres around the Durkheimian tradition, while ranging well beyond this, to offer a sort of critical narrative of the past, present, and possible future career of ‘the categories’. A bonus … is its plain style of writing and avoidance of obscurantism.’

William Watts Miller - University of Bristol

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Bibliography
Works by Émile Durkheim
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1885a. “Review of Schaeffle, A., Bau und Lebendes sozialen Körpers: Erster Band.” Revue philosophique 19:84–101. Reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 1, pp. 355–77. Translated in 1978, pp. 93–114
1886a. Les Études de science sociale. Revue philosophique 22:61–80. Reprinted in 1970a, pp. 184–214. Pages 61–9 translated in Sociological Inquiry 44 (1974): 205–14; 1975b, pp. 13–23. Pages 78–9 translated in 1972, pp. 55–7
1887a. La Philosophie dans les universitésallemandes. Revue internationale del'enseignement 13:313–38, 423–40. Reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 3, pp. 437–86
1888c. Introduction à la sociologie de la famille. Annales de la faculté des lettres de Bordeaux 10:257–81. Reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 3, pp. 9–34. Translated in 1978, pp. 205–28
1893b. De la division du travail social:étude sur l'organisation des sociétéssupérieures. Paris: Alcan. Translated 1933b, 1984. The pages from the introduction to the first edition that were removed in subsequent editions have been reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 2, pp. 257–88, and translated in 1933b, pp. 411–35
1895a. Les Règles de la méthode sociologique. Paris: Alcan. Translated 1938b, 1982
1897a. Le Suicide: étude de sociologie. Paris: Alcan. Translated 1951a
1897f.“Contribution to Enquête sur l'oeuvre de H. Taine.”Revue Blanche 13:287–91. Reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 1, pp. 171–7
1898a(ⅱ). La Prohibition de l'inceste et sesorigines. L'Annéesociologique 1:1–70. Reprinted in 1969c, pp. 37–100. Translated in 1963a
1898b. Représentations individuelles et représentations collectives. Revue demétaphysique et de morale 6:273–302. Reprinted in 1924a, pp. 13–50. Translated in 1953b, pp. 1–34
1899a(ⅱ). De la définition des phénomènes religieux. L'Annéesociologique 2:1–28. Reprinted in 1969c, pp. 140–65. Translated in 1975b, pp. 74–99
1902a(ⅰ). Sur le totemisme. L'Annéesociologique 5:82–121. Reprinted in 1969c, pp. 315–52
1902b. De la division du travail social, 2nd ed. Paris: Alcan. Translated 1933b, 1984
1903a(ⅰ). With Marcel Mauss. De quelque formes primitivesde classification: contribution à l'étude des représentationscollectives. L'Année sociologique 6:1–72. Reprinted in Durkheim 1969c, pp. 395–461. Translated 1963b
1909d. Sociologie religieuse et théorie de la connaissance. Revue demétaphysique et de morale 17:733–58, all of whichexcept pp. 754–8 was incorporated into the “Introduction” to 1912a. These missing pages are reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 1, pp. 185–8, and translated in 1982, pp. 236–40
1912a. Les Formes élémentaires de lavie religieuse. Paris: Alcan. Translated 1995
1913a(ⅱ) 6&7. Combined review of “Lévy-Bruhl, L., Les Fonctions mentales dans les sociétés inférieures,” and “Durkheim, Emile, Les Formesélémentaires de la viereligieuse.” L'Annéesociologique 12:33–7. Reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 1, pp. 405–7. Translated in 1975b, pp. 169–73; 1978, pp. 145–9
1913b. Contribution to discussion of “Le Problème religieux et la dualité de la nature humaine.” Bulletin de la sociétéfrançaise de philosophie 13: 63–75, 80–7, 90–100, 108–11. Reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 2, pp. 23–64. Translated by R. A. Jones and P. Vogt in Knowledge and Society 5(1984): 1–44
1914a. Le Dualisme de la nature humaine et ses conditions sociales. Scientia 15:206–21. Reprinted in 1970a, pp. 314–32. Translated in 1960c, pp. 325–40; 1973, pp. 149–63
1920a. Introduction à lamorale. Revue philosophique 89:79–87. Reprinted in 1975a, Vol. 2, pp. 313–31. Translated in 1978, pp. 191–202; 1979, pp. 77–96
[1924a] 1951, 1974. Sociologie et philosophie. Paris: PUF. Translated 1953b
[1925a] 1961. Moral Education. Translated by Everett K. Wilson and Herman Schnurer. New York: Free Press
1933b. The Division of Labor in Society. Translation of 1893b/1902b by George Simpson. New York: Macmillan
1938b. The Rules of Sociological Method. Translation of Durkheim 1895a by Sarah A. Solovay and John H. Mueller, ed. by George E. G. Catlin. New York: Free Press
1951a. Suicide: A Study in Sociology. Translation of 1897a by J. A. Spaulding and G. Simpson. New York: Free Press
[1953b] 1974. Sociology and Philosophy. Translation of 1924a by D. F. Pocock. New York: Free Press/Macmillan
1955a. Pragmatisme et Sociologie. Paris: Vrin. Translated 1983
1960c. Emile Durkheim, 1858–1917: A Collection of Essays, with Translations and a Bibliography.Edited by Kurt H. Wolff. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press. Reprinted in 1964 as Essays on Sociology and Philosophy.New York: Harper & Row
1963a. Incest: The Nature and Origin of the Taboo. Translation of 1898a(ⅱ) with an Introduction by Edward Sagarin. New York: Lyle Stuart
1963b. With Marcel Mauss. Primitive Classification. Translation of 1903a(ⅰ) by Rodney Needham. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
1969c. Journal sociologique. Edited by Jean Duvignaud. Paris:PUF
1970a. La Science sociale et l'action. Edited by J.-C. Filloux. Paris: PUF
1972. Emile Durkheim: Selected Writings. Edited by Anthony Giddens. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press
1973. Emile Durkheim on Morality and Society. Edited by Robert Bellah. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
1975a. Textes. Edited by Victor Karady. Paris: Les Éditions de Minuit
1975b. Durkheim on Religion. Edited by W. S. F. Pickering; translated by J. Redding and W. S. F. Pickering. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul
1978. Emile Durkheim on Institutional Analysis. Edited and translated by Mark Traugott. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
1979. Durkheim: Essays on Morals and Education. Edited by W. S. F. Pickering. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul
1982. The Rules of Sociological Method and Selected Texts on Sociology and its Method. Translation of 1895a by W. D. Halls. New York: Free Press
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1995. The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. Translation of 1912a by Karen Fields. New York: Free Press
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