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How Capitalism Lost its Soul: From Protestant Ethics to Robber Barons

Abstract : A serious discussion of capitalism and its development cannot avoid the confrontation, at one moment or another, with ethical issues. Historically, there have been quite a number of different positions in the debate – giving us a sense that the confrontation is, indeed, a complex one. When it comes to the connection between ethics and capitalism, we can differentiate between at least four different ideal typical perspectives. [First paragraph]
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Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic. How Capitalism Lost its Soul: From Protestant Ethics to Robber Barons. D. Daianu; Radu Vranceanu. Ethical Boundaries of Capitalism, Ashgate Publishing, pp.43 - 64, 2005, 9780754643951. ⟨hal-01892001⟩

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