In this essay I aim to make a brief examination of some of the considerations made by Max Scheler in a short paper – entitled The Exclusion of Philosophy in Max Weber. On the psychology and sociology of nominal thinking (1921-1923) – in which Scheler sketches the portrait of a Weber “almost nihilistic”, centered on “a tragic and unresolved irrational polytheism of values”, and mainly aimed at accomplishing, in particular, an interpretation of Wissenschaft als beruf dominated by a reading of weberian thought aimed at emphasizing in it the theme of the “exclusion” of philosophy.

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