This time, I’ll try the Nietzschean way: aphorisms. (Or almost).
1. I don’t remember precisely when I became interested in Jordan Perterson’s ideas, lectures, etc. 1.085 kata lagi
Weber and Friedman’s story featured Knight as the most probable mediator of ideas. However, if we turn to the post-Friedmanian developments in Chicago business-cycle theories, the emergence of Weberianism seems to be implausible for Knight’s effacement at Chicago’s Department of Economics. 1.496 kata lagi
The most important methodological works of Weber:
Weber, M. (1949). The methodology of the social sciences. Glencoe: The Free Press. Translated by: Shils, E. & Finch, H. 665 kata lagi
According to Max Weber, an essential factor of the progress due to modern science was the “disenchantment of the world”. The progressing “intellectualization and rationalization” would have led to the knowledge or belief, that there were no mysterious, unreckonable forces, that one could rather bring all things under control through calculation: “This means that the world is disenchanted. 140 kata lagi