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The article analyzes the most significant properties of the dispute about Weber caused by attempts to "reconstruct" Weberian heritage in cultural-anthropological and liberal "paradigms". It appears that Weber's theory of domination causes an implicit tension, which calls the canonization of Weber as a "classic" of institutionalized sociology into question. The cultural-anthropological "reconstruction" of Weber's heritage is characterized by meta-theorizing on the basis of conceptualdoi:10.17323/1728-192x-2020-2-122-142 fatcat:ud3sfz2b4jcudd5e27eof5bqxm