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On Calvinism 's \

Author XuXiaoYan
Tutor LiuSuMin
School Huaqiao University
Course Religious Studies
Keywords The Protestant Ethic Calling / vocation Abstinence rational
CLC B976.3
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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In this paper, Max Weber's \Firstly, there is the first chapter discusses the social necessity of the Protestant ethic . Eastern Germany from Weber 's analysis of agricultural labor issues , you can see that he examined not only from the economic benefits of economic behavior perspective , but from a perspective of the concept of freedom . Weber's Protestant Ethic article will define the culture of the German intentions strong leadership personality . The second chapter is focused chapters . This chapter first analyzes the ideal type of methodology as well as the Protestant Ethic Propositions connotations that Weber The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism exists between parents and relationships. Then , the focus of Luther's concept of vocation and of Calvinism predestination , especially for the various forms of predestination , and it involves doing some theological connotations Discrimination . The third chapter discusses the concept of vocation Horizon rational and rational. The Protestant Ethic under rational secular world, showing a removal witch charm . Meanwhile , this rational presented is a more ascetic tendencies. For removal of rational witch charm , this paper selected Peter Berger and elimination from the alienation of religious alienation angle and Shiluhete level in comparative religion from the \interpretation. The fourth chapter is the proposition made ??by the Protestant ethic of modern thinking . The first is the rational point of criticism of abstinence , because this will be a rational emotion as unordered, unreliable factor , did not give emotional suitable location. However, in the seventeenth century , but as a cultural mechanism emotions at work . Finally, against those who try to directly intercept Protestant secular ethics , while ignoring its transcendence and divine dimensions of the practice , and that from a religious point of trying to solve the lack of credibility in today's Chinese society, the problem will not work .

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