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Alfred Schütz, 1899-1959.

Prominent Austrian sociologist, famously attempted to apply Husserl's phenomology to social sciences. A student of Ludwig von Mises, Alfred Schütz is associated with the third generation of the Austrian School.  

After the Anschluss of 1938, Alfred Schütz emigrated to America and joined the faculty of the New School for Social Research in New York.



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Major Works of Alfred Schütz

  • The Phenomenology of the Social World, 1932.
  • Das Problem der Relevanz, 1971.
  • Structures of the Life-World, with T. Luckman, 1973.




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