- Title Pages
- Textual Symbols and Conventions
- Four German Words
- 1 A Problem
- 2 A Situation Report <i>c</i>.1897
- 3 A Narrative 1898–1905
- 4 Capitalism
- 5 Politics and Nationality
- 6 Religion
- 7 Rationality and Law
- 8 A Whole Text?
- 1 1905–1908: Going into Hibernation
- 2 The “Anti-Critical” Essays
- 3 Recalled to Life: From the ‘Protestant Ethic’ to ‘Economy and Society’ and the World Religions
- 4 War and Peace: 1914–1920
- 5 Religiosity and Modernity (I)
- 6 Religiosity and Modernity (II)
- 7 Capitalism and <i>Herrschaft</i>
- 8 From the Sects to ‘The City’: Max Weber ‘the fairly pure bourgeois’
- Envoi: Who was Max Weber?
- (p.145) Proem
- Max Weber and The Protestant Ethic
- Oxford University Press
This Proem introduces the next section of this book, which looks at the “second history” of the Protestant Ethic, covering the years between its initial publication and the amended text which coincided with Weber's early death in 1920.
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