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The Protestant Ethic DebateMax Weber's Replies to His Critics, 1907-1910$
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David Chalcraft and Austin Harrington

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780853239765

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.5949/UPO9781846313868

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Felix Rachfahl's Reply to Weber, 1910

Felix Rachfahl's Reply to Weber, 1910

From the Internationale Wochenschrift für Wissenschaft, Kunst und Technik, 1910 4th quarter, pp. 689–794

(p.89) Chapter 7 Felix Rachfahl's Reply to Weber, 1910
The Protestant Ethic Debate
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This chapter contains a summary of Rachfahl's reply to Weber's refute to Rachfahl's review of The Protestant Ethic. The summary talks about Rachfahl's insistence that Weber and Troeltsch borrowed each other's finding whether they were aware of it or not. Central to Rachfahl's refute was that he claims that Weber's use of prevarication and qualifications of his thesis restricts its scope as to make its relevance to modern capitalism too shaky to be of any great explanatory value.

Keywords:   Rachfahl, modern capitalism, Troeltsch, inner-worldy asceticism, religion, Calvin

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