ABSTRACT This Original effort suggests that analogous to Max Weber’s “Spirit of Capitalism” found in The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, the disenchantment and demystification of the ancient Judaism ethic code of behavior, is a major factor in the rise of the ideology of science.
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