Geneva-born thinker Jean-Jacques Rousseau's famous work of political philosophy from 1762 is based on a give-and-take theory of the relation between individual freedom and social order: the social contract that gives the work its name. Rousseau thinks about the issue by starting with what is known as the state of nature, a lawless condition where people are free to do what they like, governed only by their own instinctive sense of justice. People are free, but they are also vulnerable to chaos.
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Max Weber was the first to identify beliefs and practices that influenced economic behavior. He found Catholics generally less motivated to succeed in business than Protestants because of their religious belief that everyone could achieve salvation. The branch of Protestants known as Calvinists, on the other hand, believed God determined everyone's salvation status before birth. Nothing a person might do on earth could save a soul marked for damnation.
"Repetitive, could be a lot better"
If you are looking to get out of credit debt the best thing that you can do is to be realistic. You aren't going to be able to pay off your debt all at once. If you have something that you can restructure, go ahead and do it. Also, start by paying off the small amounts you can each month. If you owe $15,000 and you can only pay $150 a month, you can start there. Also, cut out as many of the expenses as you can and take that money and put it towards your debt. Whatever you can do is going to be a good thing.
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