Peirce and Democracy • 2

Re: Peirce List Discussion • GRHRJFSJA

The essential reading for answering that question — how the Protestant Ethic takes root in the hearts of those who set out merely seeking, if a bit too desperately, some assurance of personal salvation, and how they come to wander lost in the spiritual wasteland of Moneytheism that so rules our nation today — is The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism by Max Weber.  There are some links on the following pages:

  • Peirce and Democracy • (1)
  • Readings on Moneytheism • (1)(2)
  • Theory and Therapy of Representations • (1)(2)
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