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The Protestant Ethic and Capitalism: The idea was to earn money, be trustworthy and have something to give to others

The American Police State: Society Is becoming a Prison Disguised as Paradise Getty

In The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, sociologist Max Weber states that when modern Capitalism took form in Protestant countries such as Switzerland and Germany about two hundred years ago, the ideal was to earn money and increase wealth – not to squander one’s income away on status, luxury and consumerism. The duty of the believer was to use …

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Mental Health and the failure of Atheism

The Search for Inner Peace

  Psychiatric disorders and mental health problems are skyrocketing in the United States. More people died from suicide in the United States last year than any other year on record, according to provisional data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, writes CNN. At least 49,449 lives were lost due to intentional self-harm in 2022 — nearly 15 deaths …

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Religion motivates people to love one another in a way that secularism cannot

Judeo-Christian values: The Christian contributions to Western culture: Religion motivates people to love one another: The Traditional Western World View: Jerusalem Orthodox Easter, 2022

  For decades, the leading European philosopher and atheist, Jürgen Habermas has emphasized the need for moral development in the secular West. His thinking was initially considered neo-Marxist, following along the lines of the radical Frankfurt School that heavily criticized the bourgeoisie, traditional values in Europe. He sought the answers to how to live the best possible life and be …

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Jürgen Habermas: The origins of Human Rights is Christian theology in the Middle Ages and Spanish scholasticism

The origins of Human Rights is Christian theology: Hanne Nabintu Herland Hagia Sophia, Constantinople, Istanbul, Turkey, Orthodox Christianity, Herland Report

  To the surprise of many, Europe’s arguably most important intellectual, Jürgen Habermas (1929-) has made religion a major theme of his work late in life. The origins of Human Rights is Christian theology: Realizing that religion’s prominence in the public sphere has not diminished, rather on the other hand, is more vital than ever, Habermas is critical of his …

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