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THE THEORETICAL FOUNDATION
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achieve action advantage Amintore Fanfani attain authoritarian became bourgeois capitalistic spirit capitalistic system Catholic Catholicism choice citizens collectivist collectivized commerce communist competition concern conflict consequences considered countries crisis of capitalism criteria demand democratic doctrine economic activity economic rationalization economic spirit economic system effects eighteenth century encouraged England enterprise entrepreneurs Europe European expansion exploitation extra-economic facilitated fact favored fifteenth force freedom goals guarantee human idea ideals ideologies improvement increase individual individualistic concept industrial revolution inspired institutions interests Italy Jacques Coeur labor capacity Leon Battista Alberti limited listic manifestations Max Weber maximum means medieval ment mercantilistic merchants Middle Ages moral moralists needs nineteenth century nomic operators-collaborators organization participation political possible pre-capitalistic spirit price revolution principle problem production profit progress promote Protestant Protestantism Reformation religion religious result risk rules sector seventeenth century sixteenth century social awareness society technological tion trade various wealth workers