Protestant ethics of Max Weber: Origins, justification


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The thesis that Protestantism in general, and Calvinism in particular, are in some particularly close relationship with capitalism, just as it existed between capitalism and feudalism, has become a common accepted truth of historical interpretation, despite the modifications that this theory has undergone since Max Weber first formulated it.
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DOI 10.32420/1999.9.824
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