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This collection of essays was born of a landmark This collection of essays was born of a landmark international symposium designed to promote theological understanding by contextualizing the thought of Pope Francis—from his understanding of history to his theology of mission—within important theological conversations rarely heard in the US Catholic Church.
Its contributors demonstrate decisively that Pope Francis's magisterium is the fruit of a profound and distinctive, yet deeply Catholic, intellectual engagement with the theological and ecclesial traditions of the Church.
Casarella, Brian Y. Lee, Thomas L. Rosendo Salvado and Raffaele Martelli: friendship and vocation. In this article, I propose the thought of Hans-Georg Gadamer and Luigi Giussani as models for the rehabilitation of our In this article, I propose the thought of Hans-Georg Gadamer and Luigi Giussani as models for the rehabilitation of our conceptions of authority, tradition, and criticism.
Further, the article aims to contribute to the philosophy of education literature by introducing the thought of the late Italian theologian and educator Luigi Giussani. In this essay, Brett Bertucio evaluates the feasibility of employing what various theorists have termed the " epistemic criterion " in identifying controversies to be taught in the classroom. While sympathetic to the epistemic criterion, While sympathetic to the epistemic criterion, Bertucio argues that at present its application does not help delineate whether more than one reasonable view regarding an issue is plausible.
Drawing on the thought of Alasdair MacIntyre, he contends that the decline of moral philosophy has reduced contemporary moral utterance to the mere re-statement of incommensurable ideologies.
The author concludes by proposing two possible remedies. First, the introduction of intellectual history into secondary social studies curricula may help students and their teachers become aware of the contours of contemporary moral debate and examine their own epistemic assumptions. Second, the thought of the late Italian educator Luigi Giussani may provide a foundation to approach controversial issues based not on incommensurate conceptions of rationality but on existential desires.
Sono individuate alcune fasi di tale recezione, che in parte anticipa e poi accoglie e assimila il lascito conciliare, accentuandone aspetti consonanti con il carisma del movimento, a sua volta segnato dai cambiamenti post-conciliari. This reception — which can be divided into various phases — anticipates, in a sense, the legacy of the Council; in a second moment the movement accepted and assimilated it, emphasizing the aspects which were more consistent with its charisma — and despite the consequences on it of the post-conciliar changes.
La nostalgia como experiencia del absoluto en Luigi Giussani. Con este haremos un recorrido relativamente amplio por el Con este haremos un recorrido relativamente amplio por el itinerario del sentido religioso en el hombre. Introduction to Giussani Religious Sense. In American Protestant Theology, Luigi Giussani traces the history of the most meaningful theological expressions and the cultural significance of American Protestantism, from its origins in seventeenth-century Puritanism to the s In American Protestant Theology, Luigi Giussani traces the history of the most meaningful theological expressions and the cultural significance of American Protestantism, from its origins in seventeenth-century Puritanism to the s.
Giussani clarifies and assesses elements of Protestantism such as the democratic approach to church-state relations, "The Great Awakening," Calvinism and Trinitarianism, and liberalism.
His rich references and analytical descriptions reconstruct an overview of the development of a religion that has great importance in the context of spiritual life and American culture. He also displays full respect for the religious depth from which Protestantism was born and where it can reach, and expresses great admiration for its most prominent thinkers and spiritual leaders, including Jonathan Edwards, Horace Bushnell, Walter Rauschenbusch, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Paul Tillich.
Further testament to Giussani's clear-minded and comprehensive knowledge of Christianity, American Protestant Theology makes the work of a master theologian available in English for the first time. Introduction to Luigi Giussani, his apostolate, and key themes of his methodology, especially as found in the text of Il Senso Religioso. Published in Marian Studies 54 Paper given at MSA conference, Solanus Benfatti. This review written in Spanish offers a description of the plot and background themes of "Manalive" This novel is essentially a preview of Chesterton's conversion to Christianity or at least a lucid fable about the human This novel is essentially a preview of Chesterton's conversion to Christianity or at least a lucid fable about the human attitude that encourages the conversion, namely, the willingness to live by a creed rather than by routine, the continuous re-discovery of things and a persistent attention to the real so that we never lose sight of the possibility of miracles to happen.
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El sentido religioso
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio never met Mons. Luigi Giussani in person; nevertheless, it is undeniable that, on the ideal plane, an encounter took place. As he confessed in , there were two reasons that brought him into consonance with Giussani. The second reason is that I am convinced that his thought is profoundly human, and reaches even the most intimate part of human yearning. I would dare say that it is the most profound, and, at the same time, most comprehensible phenomenology of nostalgia as a transcendental fact. The Religious Sense is not a book for the exclusive use of those who are part of the Movement, nor is it only for Christians or believers. It is a book for all men who take their own humanity seriously.
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El Sentido Religioso