The Chemistry of the Protestant Ethics

The aim of this paper is to highlight a single, albeit decisive, momentum of the new translation of Weber’s work, to present a possible interpretation of the argument presented by Weber, which, I argue, captures fundamental implications for social science thinking. In line with this, I proceed as follows: first, I briefly outline the argument of Protestant ethics and then I present, through the concept of affinity, how it can be incorporated into one of the defining discourses of current social science approaches.

Released: Replika 117–118, 273–284.
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