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Migrations Du Sacré: Théologies De L'Etat Et De L'Eglise, William Cavanaugh 2009 Center for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology

Migrations Du Sacré: Théologies De L'Etat Et De L'Eglise, William Cavanaugh

William T. Cavanaugh

Face à la crise mondiale, l'État se présente à nouveau comme le sauveur qui peut éviter une plus grande catastrophe. "Nous n’attendons pas seulement de l'État qu’il apporte des solutions techniques aux déséquilibres du marché, écrit William Cavanaugh. Nous voulons, dans un sens plus profond, que l'État absorbe le risque lié à notre vie humaine mortelle. Nous voulons, en d’autres termes, que l'État nous aide à tricher avec la mort." La politique moderne n'est pas le crépuscule des dieux : elle présente tous les signes du péché d'idolâtrie, car la garde du sacré a été transférée de l'Église à l'État. …


Interviewed By Joanne Brown, Laura A. Stivers 2009 School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Dominican University of California

Interviewed By Joanne Brown, Laura A. Stivers

Laura Stivers

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Subsidiarity: Challenging The Top Down Bias, Scott Kelley 2009 DePaul University

Subsidiarity: Challenging The Top Down Bias, Scott Kelley

Scott Kelley

Global poverty has received significant attention in the past decade, particularly after the adoption of the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals in 2002. Commentators and ethicists like Peter Singer have long held that the wealthy of the world have an obligation to help the poor. While the sentiments may be positive, there are real harms that have come from this kind of top down thinking. Subsidiarity, to the contrary, is a much more realistic and morally tenable approach to global poverty.


Becoming The New Operating System, Scott Kelley 2009 DePaul University

Becoming The New Operating System, Scott Kelley

Scott Kelley

Like their non-religious counterparts, institutions of Catholic higher education are becoming more interested in the notion of sustainability. Much more than merely "greening" their campuses, however, Catholic colleges and universities have the opportunity to become a living laboratory for the "new operating system" that environmentalists like Paul Hawken are demanding.


"A Politics Of Vulnerability: Hauerwas And Democracy", William T. Cavanaugh 2009 Center for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology

"A Politics Of Vulnerability: Hauerwas And Democracy", William T. Cavanaugh

William T. Cavanaugh

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