Simmel's contention is that, even for an isolated economy, value arises from exchange, and that exchange is essential to it.
Reference has been made in an earlier footnote to Simmel's views.
Simmel has made the outstanding contribution to the sociological conception of conflict.
In what way do you understand Simmel to relate conflict to social process?
In what ways, according to Simmel, does interaction maintain the mechanism of the group in time?
In Germany the name of Simmel offers itself as that of a humanist of the most radical sort.
Ratzenhofer, Simmel, and Small place the social process and socialization central in their systems of sociology.
What do you understand to be the distinction which Simmel makes between attitudes of appreciation and comprehension?