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Emile Durkheim

a.k.a. David Emile Durkheim

Author Code: FDED

Born: Apr. 15, 1858 - Epinal, Lorraine, France

Died: Nov. 15, 1917 - Paris, France

Educated at the Ecole Normale Superieure,Durkheim developed a strong interest in social science. He received his degree in philosophy in 1882. He then spent the next 5 years teaching philosophy at various provincial schools, while studying in Germany at the universities of Marburg, Berlin and Leipzig. In 1887, he became ateacher in social science at the University of Bordeaux. Over the next decade he had a number of significant and successful publications imcluding The Division of Labor in Society (1893), his doctoral dissertation. In 1898, he founded L'Annee Sociologique,the first French journal dealing with social science. In 1902, he was appointed chair of education at the Sorbonne. This was followed in 1906 with his full professorship and in 1913 when he was named chair in Education and Sociology. The onset of the First World War had tragic consequences for Durkheim. His son Andre was killed at the front in 1915 and his own leftist views conflicted with the increasingly right-wing popularity. Never able to recover from his son's death, he died from a stroke in 1917. His works include On the Normality of Crime (1895), The Rules of Sociological Method (1895), Suicide (1897), Sociology and Its Scientific Domain (1900), Primitive Classification (1903), The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life (1912), Germany Above All (1915) and Moral Education (1925 Posthumous).

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