The social suicide rates: A review on Durkheim’s theory of suicide
Suicide is a societal disease. Various philosophers have offered opposing opinions on the reason of suicide. However, Ken Morrison's Marx, Durkheim, Weber: Formations of Modern Social Thought contains a lengthy study of Émile Durkheim's suicide. This research looks into Emile Durkheim's idea of suicide. Two examples are presented to demonstrate how he describes various sorts of suicide. Above all, it demonstrates how suicide thoughts engulf people. Why people committed suicide is explored in detail for four types of suicide.