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Title

Sobre las raíces católicas de la descristianización

AuthorsAndrés-Gallego, José
KeywordsTheology
Christianity
Catholicism
Protestantism
Cayetano
Suarez
Grotius
Dual purpose of human being
Natura pura
Progress
Philosophy of science
Galileo
Laity
Moralism
Issue Date2004
PublisherIstituto di studi latinoamericani (Pagani, Italia)
CitationRocinante, núm. 1 (2004), 13-56.
AbstractStudy on the possible contribution of XVI-XVII century Catholic thought to (i) the theological affirmation of the dual purpose of being human, (ii) the frustration of a Catholic political philosophy that would lead to representative and participatory systems, and connection therewith, (iii) the issue of religious freedom and tolerance, (iv) the pure frustration also progress, particularly clear in the field of science, (v) reduction of Catholicism to moral, (vi) finally, the absence of a theological reflection on the laity.
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