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An original triptych of German sociological critiques of current capitalism which deserves to be read in the anglophone world. -- Goeran Therborn, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Cambridge Here is the eagerly awaited translation of Doerre, Lessenich and Rosa's original diagnosis of the destructive dynamics of contemporary capitalism and its legitimation crises. Rejuvenating the great German tradition of critical theory, they offer a brilliant three-way debate that reignites both sociology and Marxism. -- Michael Burawoy, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley 'Wherever you look these days,' wrote the German sociologists Klaus Doerre, Stephan Lessenich and Hartmut Rosa, 'the critique of capitalism has become quite fashionable.' Their book Sociology, Capitalism, Critique is not just fashionable: instead it resuscitates critical theory for new times, and takes the side of the losers in the financial crisis. -- Stuart Jeffries * Guardian *
Klaus Doerre is Professor of Sociology at the University of Jena and specializes in the sociology of labor as well as industrial and economic sociology. His areas of research include the theory of capitalism, finance capitalism, flexible and precarious employment, labour relations and strategic unionism, and the Green New Deal, among others. Hartmut Rosa is a Full Professor of Sociology and Sociological Theory at the Institute of Sociology at the Friedrich Schiller University, Jena. His areas of study include theories of modernity, the sociology of time, communitarianism, and social theory. He is the author of Social Acceleration: A New Theory of Modernity. Stephan Lessenich is Professor of Sociology at the Friedrich Schiller University, Jena and codirector (together with Klaus Doerre and Hartmut Rosa) of the German Research Foundation research group "Post-Growth Societies."