Weber, Passion and Profits: 'The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism' in Context

@inproceedings{Barbalet2008WeberPA,
  title={Weber, Passion and Profits: 'The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism' in Context},
  author={J. Barbalet},
  year={2008}
}
Introduction 1. From the inaugural lecture to the Protestant ethic: political education and German futures 2. From the Protestant ethic to the vocation lectures: Beruf, rationality and emotion 3. Passions and profits: the emotional origins of capitalism in seventeenth-century England 4. Protestant virtues and deferred gratification: Max Weber and Adam Smith on the spirit of capitalism 5. Ideal type, institutional and evolutionary analyses of the origins of capitalism: Max Weber and Thorstein… Expand
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