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Title

Lo positivo de la secularización en la historia

AuthorsAndrés-Gallego, José
KeywordsMundo
World
Siglo
Saeculum
Secularización
Secularization
Secularism
Revolución científica
Scientific Revolution
Scientific method
Metodología
Epistemología
Epistemology
Dechristianization
Descristianización
Descartes Leibniz Newton
Theology of secularization
Teología de la secularización
Issue Date23-May-2011
AbstractStatus quaestionis on the “secularization” in phylosophical and theological perspective, followed by a study on the origin of the word ‘secularization’ and the conceptual problems it raises. Etymologically, ‘secularization’ should be the real condition of all that is the "saeculum" or “mundus” (“the world”), that is to say the whole of the existents. The ‘contemptus mundi’ was, in his view, a historical fiction, however effective it has been. In “secular” Christian thought, the problem arises when secularization is understood epistemologically as adopting a scientific method of study of the world (the ‘saeculum’) which does not refer to all reality as a created reality. And that happen especially since the seventeenth century.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/35957
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