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7 For Simmel, however, it is not the relationship of the part of the whole which is central but rather the conviction that the totality of reciprocal influence of units is society. For a time at least, Simmel came under the influence of Dilthey, though it is doubtful that the relationship of the Privatdozent to the Ordinarius was ever a close and harmonious one. Nonetheless, Dilthey's work in the 1870s and 1880s often contains elements of a conception of society and interaction which would appeal to Simmel.
31 An overview of this discussion is given in Dahme (1981). J2 Since the beginning of the 1980s, a renewed and increased reception of Simmel may be noted. Cf. Accarino (1984); Bohringer (1984,1985); Dahme (1981,1984,1985); Dahme and Rammstedt (1983, 1984); Dahme and Kohnke (1985); Frisby (1984b); Habermas (1983); Hubner-Funk (1982, 1984); Kitiagawa (1982); Kohnke (1984); Landmann (1984); Lichtblau (1984); Mahlmann (1983); Nedelmann (1980, 1983, 1984); Schnabel (1984); Wolff 1984. l). 34 Cf. Dilthey (1883, p.