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This is not to be taken for granted it has to be produced and reproduced, for the kind of outlook on life people have depends upon their social background, experience and learning. Thus the owning class has an interest in the intellectual culture of a society, in the nature of the ideas that are being circulated, and in the ways they are being disseminated. If ideas challenge the right of ownership or encourage a dissident and uncooperative attitude to work within the prevailing arrangements, then they are not in the interest of the owning class.
Weber certainly rejected all-embracing historical schemes of the sort both Hegel and Marx had employed, and decried any suggestion that capitalism was ‘one stage’ which all societies must go through in their progression from the most primitive to the most developed. The idea that there is anything supraindividual, anything super-human about history was anathema to him: history and society consists of human individuals and nothing more. Abstract sociological statements and laws are, in the end, statements about the activities of those individuals and nothing else.
For Marx’s classic statement of the concept of ideology and its role in society. , 1983, Hegel. (Oxford University Press). An accessible, short introduction. , 1979, Hegel and Modern Society. Cambridge University Press. Slightly more advanced but clear, well-written introduction to Hegel’s social thought. e. the idea that social life, including culture, is a simple function of the economic structure. Weber took Marx for a vulgar Marxist—understandably, given the unavailability to him of Marx’s early writings, which quite unequivocally contradict such vulgar readings.