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Daniel Bell

Geburtstag: 10. Mai 1919
Todesdatum: 25. Januar 2011

Daniel Bell war ein US-amerikanischer Soziologe.

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„Once a faith is shattered, it takes a long time to grow again - for its soil is experience - and to become effective again.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 6, The Public Household, p. 244
Kontext: Gadgets can be engineered, programs can be designed, institutions can be built, but belief has an organic quality, and it cannot be called into being by fiat. Once a faith is shattered, it takes a long time to grow again - for its soil is experience - and to become effective again.

„The one thing that would utterly destroy the new capitalism is the serious practice of deferred gratification.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 1, The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism, p. 78

„Television, as the most "public" of media, has its limits.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 2, The Disjunction of Cultural Discourse, p. 108

„Crime is a form of "unorganized" class struggle, and the lowest groups in the society have always committed a disproportionate number of crimes.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 5, Unstable America, p. 189

„The demand for group rights will widen in the society, because social life increasingly becomes organized on a group basis.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 5, Unstable America, p. 198

„It is important to realize that the market economy, though it is associated historically with the rise of modern private capitalism, is as a mechanism not necessarily limited to that system.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 6, The Public Household, p. 223

„Art is not life, but in a sense something contrary to life, since life is transient and changing, while art is permanent.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 3, The Sensibility of the Sixties, p. 124

„Religions grow out of the deepest needs of individuals sharing a common awakening, and are not created by "engineers of the soul."“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Foreword: 1978, p. xxix
The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976)

„Where religions fail, cults appear.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 4, Toward the Great Instauration, p. 168

„The virtue of the market is that it disperses responsibility.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 5, Unstable America, p. 197

„Every society seeks to establish a set of meanings through which people can relate themselves to the world.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 4, Toward the Great Instauration, p. 146

„The discussion of any society risks seduction by what is transient and tumultuous.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 5, Unstable America, p. 191

„That fabulous polymath Samuel Johnson maintained that no man in his right mind ever read a book through from beginning to end.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Foreword: 1978, p. xi
The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976)

„It is equally clear that what an individual often wants for himself (such as an open highway) in the aggregate becomes a nightmare.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Introduction, The Disjunction of Realms, p. 21
The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976)

„No one "voted in" the market economy and the industrial revolution, but today issues of direction of the economy, costs, redress, priorities, and goals all have become matters of conscious and debated social policy.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 6, The Public Household, p. 226

„The democratization of genius is made possible by the fact while one can quarrel with judgments, one cannot quarrel with feelings.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 3, The Sensibility of the Sixties, p. 134

„Nihilism, then, is the end process of rationalism. It is man's self conscious will to destroy his past and control his future. It is modernity at its extreme.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Introduction, The Disjunction of Realms, p. 4
The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976)

„Modern culture is defined by this extraordinary freedom to ransack the world storehouse and to engorge any and every style it comes upon.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Introduction, The Disjunction of Realms, p. 13
The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976)

„The relationship between a civilization's socio-economic structure and its culture is perhaps the most complicated of all problems for the sociologist.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 1, The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism, p. 33

„When a person is confirmed by others, there has to be some sign of recognition.“

—  Daniel Bell, buch The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

Quelle: The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism (1976), Chapter 2, The Disjunction of Cultural Discourse, p. 90

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