HRİSTİYAN İNANCININ KAPİTALİST KODLARI

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Year-Number: 2023-142
Yayımlanma Tarihi: 2023-07-14 12:01:37.0
Language : İngilizce
Konu : Felsefe ve Din Bilimleri
Number of pages: 227-242
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Abstract

The study's focus is on how capitalism emerged on the historical and evolutionary stage as the economic system of Western Christian civilisation. In particular, scaling, also known as the Christian reformation process, is a crucial step for Western cultures to take in order to overcome the stagnation of the Church era. Due to the effects of the concepts of sola seedling, sola scriptura, and sola gratia, the illumination experienced during this time period resulted in significant shifts and transformations in the socio-cultural field. The economy has been one of the areas most impacted by this process. By releasing the individual from the centralism and domination of the Church, the evolving Christian thinking appears to have led to the person being more individualized and participating more in social activities, notably in economic life.The purpose of the study is to attempt to disprove the notion that economic activities and decisions are rationally motivated. On the contrary, the choices made are also influenced by philosophical and theological concepts. Conservatism and religion have an impact on choices and behaviors in the economy. The macro-economic effects of religious restrictions and orders on those who make the majority of economic decisions have a wide range of effects on both the political and cultural axes as well as the individual's everyday economic circumstances. As an illustration, the sanctification of the free market economy, globalization, and the political and cultural decisions made as a result can all be taken into consideration in this perspective.

 

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Abstract

The study's focus is on how capitalism emerged on the historical and evolutionary stage as the economic system of Western Christian civilisation. In particular, scaling, also known as the Christian reformation process, is a crucial step for Western cultures to take in order to overcome the stagnation of the Church era. Due to the effects of the concepts of sola seedling, sola scriptura, and sola gratia, the illumination experienced during this time period resulted in significant shifts and transformations in the socio-cultural field. The economy has been one of the areas most impacted by this process. By releasing the individual from the centralism and domination of the Church, the evolving Christian thinking appears to have led to the person being more individualized and participating more in social activities, notably in economic life. The purpose of the study is to attempt to disprove the notion that economic activities and decisions are rationally motivated. On the contrary, the choices made are also influenced by philosophical and theological concepts. Conservatism and religion have an impact on choices and behaviors in the economy. The macro-economic effects of religious restrictions and orders on those who make the majority of economic decisions have a wide range of effects on both the political and cultural axes as well as the individual's everyday economic circumstances. As an illustration, the sanctification of the free market economy, globalization, and the political and cultural decisions made as a result can all be taken into consideration in this perspective.

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