- Sep 2021
? We should, perhaps, turn the problem around once again, and place it within the evolution of the Puritan ethic.
This immediately brings to mind Max Webber, but before thinking about that,
What about the overall discussion of the relation of time to Christianity in general. Early Christians practiced eschatology and were concerned with the imminent end of the world. How has that affected our relationship with time?
Even the rise of health care has dramatically extended our lives, thus making time a bit less valuable overall, but have we seen that effect psychologically?