Where Has Our Capitalist Spirit Gone?

The Source of Consumption and Commodity

Max Weber was concerned, sociologically, on the effects of class, status, party, and the bureaucratic nature of the struggling lower classes in everyday life. He, too, spent much time contemplating religion¬†(since it has been known to shape party), status, and the daily life of citizens, as well as effecting attitudes about work and the free market. Everything that Weber studied revolved around rational works done by meaningful Read More →

Science and Faith: Are They Mortal Enemies?

There is no denying that there have been times when science and religion have been in conflict. Particularly in Western society, it appears that Science and the Christian faith are often pitted against one another. Read More →