n.1.The process of making mammonish; the state of being under the influence of mammonism.
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18) The Mammonization of life, in its capitalist as well as its Socialist phases, compelled Christians to reject the premises on which it is built: the Enlightened deistic presuppositions of the Scots' science of man that constituted the seedbed of capitalist theory; the same science's calculated ethics by which concern for another served only a more generous self-interest; the utilitarian reduction of a laborer to an impersonal quantum; the sacralization of property rights; the misapprehension of wealth for well-being; the commitment to ideology--laissez-faire capitalist as well as Socialist--that blinded the ideologue to persons, history, and the nuances of circumstance.