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The article reconstructs the historical context that shaped the financial capitalism in England at the turn of the XVII– XVIII centuries. It focuses on the crisis of Christian values and the development of secular rationalistic morality. The author connected the socio-economic context of England in the early modern period with the intellectual atmosphere of the late Stuart era and the early Hanoverian dynasty. The problem is considered from three points of view: (1) economic and politicaldoi:10.21603/2078-8975-2022-24-3-283-291 doaj:9717c97c3d98404c8d758f6300f4d55a fatcat:nxyll7ws75fqradpfylm7kl3fq