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AUTONOMIA E INTERFERENZA DELLE FORME SOCIALI NELLA SOCIOLOGIA DI LUIGI STURZO

ANGELO SCIVOLETTO
Studi di Sociologia
Anno 25, Fasc. 4 (ottobre-dicembre 1987), pp. 416-428
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23003655
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AUTONOMIA E INTERFERENZA DELLE FORME SOCIALI NELLA SOCIOLOGIA DI LUIGI STURZO
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Abstract

Sturzo's thought has many aspects of permanennt validity: one of these can be found in his conception of social forms by which he really contribute to scientific autonomy of sociology. Social forms are not an impersonal object but a direct manifestation of human action finalism, that emerges also in the most complex relations of contemporary society.

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