In his essays, "Class, Status, Party" and "The Protestant Sects and the Spirit of Capitalism," Max Weber discusses some of the cultural aspects of capitalism, arguing that while economics can be . . . .
Most of us like to think that we are rational, that (except under certain circumstances, such as when we are falling in love) when we are faced with a decision that needs to be made we consider . . . .
Sir Isaac Newton was considered by many the most important figure in the development of modern science, and his accomplishments covered a broad scope, from fundamental contributions to physics and . . . .