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The Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism : with other writings on the rise of the West /

Max Weber ; translated and introduced by Stephen Kalberg.

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Main Author: Weber, Max
Other Names: Kalberg, Stephen.
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
Edition: 4th ed.
Topics: Capitalism - Religious aspects - Protestant churches. | Protestant work ethic.
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240 10|aProtestantische Ethik und der Geist des Kapitalismus.|lEnglish
245 14|aThe Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism :|bwith other writings on the rise of the West /|cMax Weber ; translated and introduced by Stephen Kalberg.
250 |a4th ed.
260 |aNew York :|bOxford University Press,|c2009.
300 |axviii, 582 p. ;|c24 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 553-555) and indexes.
505 0 |aGeneral introduction: Max Weber and the modern West -- 1: Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism -- Introduction to the translation / Stephen Kalberg -- Introduction to The Protestant Ethic / Stephen Kalberg -- Endnotes -- References -- Part 1: Problem -- Chapter 1: Religious affiliation and social stratification -- Chapter 2: Spirit of capitalism -- Chapter 3: Luther's conception of the calling -- Task of the investigation -- Part 2: Vocational Ethic Of Ascetic Protestantism -- Chapter 4: Religious foundations of this-worldly asceticism -- A: Calvinism -- B: Pietism -- C: Methodism -- D: Baptizing sects and churches -- Chapter 5: Asceticism and the spirit of capitalism -- 2: Protestant sects in America and the uniqueness of western rationalism -- Introduction / Stephen Kalberg -- 1: Protestant sects and the spirit of capitalism -- 2: "Churches" and "sects" in North America: an ecclesiastical sociopolitical sketch -- 3: Prefatory remarks to collected essays in the sociology of religion (1920) -- 3: Demarcating the uniqueness of the West through comparisons: magic and the economic ethics of the world religions -- Introduction / Stephen Kalberg -- 1: Main concepts: economic ethics, social carriers, scared law, and the ethic of conviction -- 2: India: Hinduism and Buddhism -- 3: China: Confucianism -- 4: Confucianism and Puritanism -- 5: Judaism -- 6: Middle East: Islam -- 7: West: ancient Christianity and Catholicism --
505 0 |a4: Rise of modern capitalism: the western rationalism and modern western rationalism deep contexts -- Introduction / Stephen Kalberg -- 1: Comparative cases: China and India -- 2: Ancient and medieval cities in the West: fraternization, incorporation, and the dissolution of clan ties -- 3: Putting-out system, modes of financing, mercantilism, and the factory -- 4: Definition of modern capitalism, and the relationship of feudalism and partriomonialism to capitalism -- 5: West's cross-state competition versus hierocracy and caesaropapism -- 6: Jurdical formalism and the rational state -- 7: Ethos and education under feudalism and partiomonialism, clerical education, and the Puritans', mass intellectualism -- 8: Sect, democracy, tolerance, freedom of conscience, and a cosmos of abstract norms -- 9: Bureaucratization, democracy, and modern capitalism -- 10: Impersonality of the market and discipline in the modern capitalist factory -- Appendix 1: Weber's summary statements on "The Protestant ethic thesis" -- A: Development of the capitalist frame of mind (1919-1920) -- B: Final rebuttal to a critic of "Spirit of Capitalism" (1910) -- Appendix 2: Reading The Protestant Ethic: The text and the endnotes -- Appendix 3: Suggested further reading -- A: Protestant ethic thesis and the Protestant ethic debate -- B: Max Weber: life and work -- Notes for The Protestant Ethic -- Literature cited -- A: Writings of Max Weber -- B: Secondary literature cited -- Acknowledgments -- Chronology of Max Weber's life -- Glossary -- Name index -- Subject index.
520 |aFrom the Publisher: For more than 100 years, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism has set the parameters for the debate over the origins of modern capitalism. Now more timely and thought-provoking than ever, this esteemed classic of twentieth-century social science examines the deep cultural "frame of mind" that influences work life to this day in northern America and Western Europe. Stephen Kalberg's internationally acclaimed translation captures the essence of Weber's style as well as the subtlety of his descriptions and causal arguments. Now, for the first time in one volume, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism with Other Writings on the Rise of the West integrates Weber's exploration of the spirit of capitalism's origins with his larger project: a multi-causal analysis of the West's distinctiveness and its sources. Weber's texts present wide-ranging discussions on the Western city, state, forms of rulership and law, and modes of economic innovation. Moreover, in many selections Weber offers in-depth and insightful comparisons to China and India. Readings on the "economic ethics" of Confucianism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Catholicism further illuminate the distinct qualities of the West's trajectory and its diverse causes. A separate section examines the long-range influence of the ascetic Protestant sects and churches on American society. To draw readers into the material, this engaging volume includes extended introductions by the editor, many new translations, a chronology of Weber's life, an expanded glossary and bibliography, and numerous clarifying endnotes. In addition, Kalberg addresses a variety of debates concerning the central elements of contemporary life. Ideal for courses in sociology, anthropology, political science, history, international relations, and economics, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism with Other Writings on the Rise of the West is an essential resource for anyone seeking to understand the origins and endurance of the modern West.
591 |aPurchased by The K. Joachim Weintraub Book Fund
650 0|aCapitalism|xReligious aspects|xProtestant churches.
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