By George O'Brien
Книга An Essay at the fiscal results of the Reformation An Essay at the monetary results of the ReformationКниги Экономика Автор: George O'Brien Год издания: 2003 Формат: pdf Издат.:Ihs Press Страниц: 176 Размер: 2,9 ISBN: 0971828628 Язык: Английский 34 (голосов: 1) Оценка:This paintings bargains a special viewpoint at the upward push of capitalism and socialism and the impact of the Reformation. particular issues comprise effects of trust within the deepest judgment of scriptures; separation of religious and secular lifestyles; distinction among Lutheran and Calvinist teachings on economics; the Calvinist notion of vocation; its conception of fabric good fortune as an indication of divine election; its compliment of frugality and disdain for good looks. additionally lined is socialism as a response to excesses of capitalism; the style within which Protestantism had reinforced secular authority; diminuation of charity towards the terrible following Reformation; materialism underlying socialism abetted through Protestant emphasis on earthly prosperity; egalitarian principles traceable to Protestantism; and the benefit with which socialism mixed into Protestant inspiration. it is a precise paintings of monetary philosophy in that it examines the ideological reasons of the commercial adjustments of the interval, therefore supplying a fresh philosophical viewpoint instead of simply the mathematical or statistical aspects of the query.
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94 But possibly the most regrettable result of the change from the medieval to the modern system of poor relief is that it has rendered the receipt of relief despicable, and that poverty has come in modern times to be looked on as a disgrace. 95 It is only too true that in modern times, in spite of the proverb to the contrary, poverty is considered a disgrace.
Catholic theology admits a twofold goodness and righteousness – the one natural, as Aristotle defines it in his Ethics; the other supernatural, inspired by the Holy Ghost. Calvinism throws aside every middle term between justifying faith and corrupt desire. The integrity of Adam’s nature once violated, he falls under the dominion of lust, which reigns in him without hindrance, save by the external grace now and again preventing a deeper degradation. But whatever he is or does savours of the Evil One.
54 Of course, doctrines of this kind could not be confined to their original limits, especially as the persons teaching them also insisted upon the universal right of private judgment. Accordingly, we find grossly exaggerated doctrines coming into fashion among many of Luther’s followers. The doctrine of good works fell into such disrepute that some of the chief disciples of Luther said it was a blasphemy to teach that they were necessary to salvation. 58 The fact, of course, is that these further heresies were the result of the original heresy, which they simply carried a step further.
An Essay on the Economic Effects of the Reformation by George O'Brien