By Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Joseph J. Bien
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Religion, law, and economy make up a single history because any fact in anyone of the three orders arises, in a sense, from the other two. This is due to the fact that they are all embedded in the unitary web of human choices. This is a difficult position to hold and one which is threatened on two sides. Since Weber tries to preserve the individuality of the past while still situating it in a developmental process, perhaps even in a hierarchy, he will be reproached, sometimes for concluding too little and at other times for presuming too much.
Lukacs, Revai, Fogarasi, and Korsch. 1 / 'rhe Crisis of Understanding MAX WEBER'S FEELING toward freedom and truth was extremely exacting and distrustful. But he also knew that they appear only in certain cultures, provided that certain historical choices are made, that they are not fully realized there, and that they never assimilate the confused world from which they sprang. They have, therefore, no claim to divine right and no other justifications than those which they effectively bring to man, no other titles than those acquired in a struggle where they are in principle at a disadvantage, since they are unable to exhaust all possible means.
His abstraction anticipates certain results that he has an inkling of, and it will be justified to the degree that it brings to light facts which had not contributed to the Initial definitions. He is therefore not sure that they designate essences; The Crisis of Understanding / 13 they are not developed by proximate genus and specific difference and do not represent, as geometric definitions do, the genesis of an ideal being. They give only, as Weber says, a provisional illustration of the point of view chosen, and the historian chooses this point of view in the same way that one remembers a word of an author, or someone's gesture: in one's first encounter with it, one becomes aware of a certain style.
Adventures of the Dialectic by Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Joseph J. Bien