- (1893-1947)Hungarian sociol-ogist. Born in Budapest, he studied at the University of Budapest. He initially taught high school in Budapest, then at a teacher's training college of the University of Budapest and later at Heidelberg. In 1930 he was appointed professor of sociology and economy at the University of Frankfurt. With the rise of the Nazis, he emigrated to England and became professor at the LSE. His works include Ideology and Utopia, Man and Society in an Age of Reconstruction and Diagnosis of Our Time.
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MANNHEIM, KARL — (1893–1947), sociologist. Born in Budapest, Mannheim was a student of Max Weber in Heidelberg. He was professor of sociology in Frankfurt in 1930, emigrating in 1933 to London, where he taught at the London School of Economics until his death.… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Mannheim, Karl — (1893 1947) sociologist; helped establish sociology as an academic discipline. Born in Budapest to a Hungarian father and a German mother, he studied philosophy, pedagogy, and German literary history before taking a doctorate at Budapest in… … Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik
Mannheim, Karl — born March 27, 1893, Budapest, Austria Hungary died Jan. 9, 1947, London, Eng. Hungarian sociologist. Mannheim taught in Germany (University of Heidelberg, 1926–30; Frankfurt am Main, 1930–33) before the rise of Adolph Hitler. He was invited to… … Universalium
Mannheim, Karl — (1893 1947) A Hungarian sociologist who emigrated to Germany and finally to England shortly after Hitler came to power. His most enduring contribution was to the sociology of knowledge , which he defined as a theory of the social or existential… … Dictionary of sociology
Mannheim, Karl — (1893–1947) German sociologist. Born in Budapest, Mannheim was educated at Heidelberg, before becoming professor of sociology at Frankfurt. In 1933 he left Germany and taught at London until 1946. His major work, Ideologie und Utopie (1929, trs.… … Philosophy dictionary
Mannheim, Karl — ► (1891 1947) Sociólogo alemán. Es conocido sobre todo por su obra Ideología y utopía (1929). * * * (27 mar. 1893, Budapest, Austria Hungría–9 ene. 1947, Londres, Inglaterra). Sociólogo alemán de origen húngaro. Fue docente en las universidades… … Enciclopedia Universal
MANNHEIM, Karl — (1893 1947) Hungarian SOCIOLOGIST who sought to relate styles of thought, or worldviews, to specific historical times and social GROUPS, and to show their social function. Wrote Ideology and Utopia (1936) … Concise dictionary of Religion
Mannheim — Mannheim, Karl … Dictionary of sociology
Karl-Friedrich-Gymnasium Mannheim — Schulform Gymnasium Gründung 1664 Ort Mannheim Land Baden Württemberg … Deutsch Wikipedia
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