Collecting Simmel’s Thoughts

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My piece Collecting Simmel’s Thoughts: Fragmentation, Consistency, Unity has been published in Berfrois. It’s a review piece that reflects upon Henry Schermer and David Jary’s recently published book Form and Dialectic in Georg Simmel’s Sociology: A New Perspective. As well as writing about this book, and providing some details about Simmel’s work, I also try to use the review to reflect a little on the reassessment of Simmel’s work in light of new translations and other writings – especially around the issue of fragmentation.

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