Weber noticed that ascetic Protestantism as well as capitalism motivated the application and reinforcement of cultural practices on each other. As a result, he observed this scenario as an element of the cultural complex with components such as rationalism, observations, increasing scientific methods, rational systemization, high bureaucratization, rational procedures in the economic enterprises and systemization at the public systems (Swedberg, 2005).
These elements seem to show that they do not form the complete religion. They have just remained as an isolated area associated with the rise of capitalism that took place in West. Eventually, he identified and listed a distinguishing fact relating to Western culture which is the denial of beliefs towards magic. This denial is called as the disenchantment of the world (Swedberg, 2005). Ultimately, it is evident from these paragraphs that the spirit of capitalism grew when people tried to incorporate the cultural practices to it. People completed with faith and believed high on the need to discharge their duties as per the orders of their religion.