Concerned with the origins of capitalism and the conditions that
accompanied its birth, this work argues that capitalism is more
than an economic system: it is a culture that affects not just the
material but also the social, familial and even spiritual bases of
existence. The author considers the nature of evil, attitudes
towards love and the family, the phenomenon of violence, population
change and revolution and how we have come both to dominate and to
revere the natural world.
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