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Once Durkheim has established the link between the new society and the new science at the level of theory, he can do so at the level of practice. The discussion of the ‘abnormal forms’ of the division of labour in Book 3 is an early case study in the diagnostic powers of the new science. ‘When we know the circumstances in which the division of labour ceases to bring forth solidarity, we shall better understand what is necessary for it to have that effect. Pathology, here as elsewhere, is a valuable aid of physiology’.
Enlightened by historical materialism, ‘men’ (particularly proletarian ‘men’) can proceed to make history ‘consciously’ rather than ‘behind their own backs’. This very brief and preliminary sketch suggests that three themes are definitive of modernist radicalism: they delineate the contours of the ‘great divide’ which modernist radicalism situates between its predecessors and itself. It is clear, first of all, that modernist radicalism requires a ‘theory of ideology’ which will articulate its generic superiority to mere opinion or common sense.
Once the distinction is made, sociology can be useful in at least two ways. : xxxix–xl) 39 MODERNIST RADICALISM AND ITS AFTERMATH Scientific knowledge of the social object yields means adequate to its control. Second, and more radically, the combination of causal with functional analysis suggests a more than instrumental role for sociology. : 49) Durkheim’s first criterion for determining the ‘health’ (or normality) of a social phenomenon is that of generality. This can be ascertained by observation, conditioned only by the necessity (which Durkheim discusses at length) of ensuring that like is compared with like.