The Protestant Ethic And The Spirit of Capitalism Revisited

In 1905 Max Weber, one of the most influential social theorists, published probably his most widely read book, The Protestant Ethic and The Spirit of Capitalism, in which he argues that one of the most influential ideas of the reformation was that material success was a measure of spiritual favor. Weber also argues that this... Continue Reading →

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You Want Spending Cuts? I Got Spending Cuts!

The so-called "Fiscal Conservatives" in Congress want to balance the budget and lower the deficit by reducing Federal Spending. That's a great idea! However, instead of reducing the so-called "entitlements" for low-income and little income people who really need the help, let's reduce spending in areas where the people who would be effected by those... Continue Reading →

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