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The Resource The Debate on modernity, edited by Claude Geffré and Jean-Pierre Jossua

The Debate on modernity, edited by Claude Geffré and Jean-Pierre Jossua

Label
The Debate on modernity
Title
The Debate on modernity
Statement of responsibility
edited by Claude Geffré and Jean-Pierre Jossua
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
BR481 .D43 1992
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Concilium
Series volume
1992/6
Label
The Debate on modernity, edited by Claude Geffré and Jean-Pierre Jossua
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Towards a theological interpretation of modernity / Claude Geffré and Jean-Pierre Jossua -- The historical destiny of modernity -- Modernity: A sociological perspective / Gregory Baum -- Catholicism and modernity: A process of mutual exclusion / Emile Poulat -- The philosophical critique of modernity / Helmut Peukert -- Attempts at reconciling modernity and religion in Catholic and Protestant theology / Christoph Theobald -- Postmodernity: its seductions-and a critique -- The end of enlightenment: Post-modern or post-secular? / John Milbank -- Between praxis and theory: theology in a crisis over orientation / Werner Jeanrond -- The reciprocal exclusiveness of modernity and religion among contemporary thinkers: Jürgen Habermas and Marcel Gauchet / Anne Fortin-Melkevik -- The crisis of modernity and the Church's attitudes -- What is Christian about Europe? / Rudolf von Thadden -- The debate about modernity in the North Atlantic world and the Third World / Juan Carlos Scannone -- The attitude of the Church to the modern world at and after Vatican II / Giovanni Turbanti
  • The strategies of reconquest in the New Europe and the impossibility of getting past secularization / Jean-Louis Schlegel -- Opportunities for the Christian message in tomorrow's world / Paul Valadier -- 'Post-marxism' and 'post-modernity': what is the Church's presence? / Paul Blanquart -- Correspondence in communion
Control code
27422678
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xi, 130 p.
Isbn
9780334030171
Lccn
93143111 //r96
Label
The Debate on modernity, edited by Claude Geffré and Jean-Pierre Jossua
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Towards a theological interpretation of modernity / Claude Geffré and Jean-Pierre Jossua -- The historical destiny of modernity -- Modernity: A sociological perspective / Gregory Baum -- Catholicism and modernity: A process of mutual exclusion / Emile Poulat -- The philosophical critique of modernity / Helmut Peukert -- Attempts at reconciling modernity and religion in Catholic and Protestant theology / Christoph Theobald -- Postmodernity: its seductions-and a critique -- The end of enlightenment: Post-modern or post-secular? / John Milbank -- Between praxis and theory: theology in a crisis over orientation / Werner Jeanrond -- The reciprocal exclusiveness of modernity and religion among contemporary thinkers: Jürgen Habermas and Marcel Gauchet / Anne Fortin-Melkevik -- The crisis of modernity and the Church's attitudes -- What is Christian about Europe? / Rudolf von Thadden -- The debate about modernity in the North Atlantic world and the Third World / Juan Carlos Scannone -- The attitude of the Church to the modern world at and after Vatican II / Giovanni Turbanti
  • The strategies of reconquest in the New Europe and the impossibility of getting past secularization / Jean-Louis Schlegel -- Opportunities for the Christian message in tomorrow's world / Paul Valadier -- 'Post-marxism' and 'post-modernity': what is the Church's presence? / Paul Blanquart -- Correspondence in communion
Control code
27422678
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xi, 130 p.
Isbn
9780334030171
Lccn
93143111 //r96

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