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Summary of key ideas unit 4 S11185605 Max Weber's The Protestant Ethic and the Soul of Free endeavor is an assessment of the relationship between the morals of plain Protestantism and the rising of the soul of current free undertaking. Weber battles that the extreme thoughts of get-togethers, for example, the Calvinists acknowledged a limit in making the industrialist soul. Weber from the start watches an association between being Protestant and being connected with business, and expresses his craving to investigate religion as an expected clarification behind the genuine budgetary conditions. He battles that the genuine soul of private endeavor accepts bit of leeway to be an end in itself, and looking after preferred position as upstanding. Weber will presumably comprehend the wellspring of this soul. He goes to Protestantism for an apparent clarification. Protestantism offers an idea of the ordinary "calling," and gives standard improvement a demanding character. While essential, this without any other person can't uncover the need to look after benefit. One bit of Protestantism,

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