La relación individuo-sociedad: una aproximación desde la Sociología de Georg Simmel


This article identifies, among Georg Simmel's various writings, his conception of one of modern social theory's founding concepts: the tension between individual and society. Simmel insists that the question “How is society possible?” requires a philosophical, as much as a purely sociological, answer. In this article we argue that Simmel’s objective in founding a science of society cannot be separated from his interpretation of modernity. We shall try to bring out what we see as the clear and specific connection between his two projects.

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Available from: Ariel Wilkis, Jul 31, 2015