Elements for an Analysis of the Genesis and the Significance of the Theology of Politics and the Theory of Totalitarianism of Joseph Ratzinger / Benedict XVI

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Abstract

How far have we come putting into practice what was declared in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which this year marks its 70th anniversary? How can the Church respond today to the new challenges threatening these rights, whether relativism, fundamentalism, and persecution or new types of poverty and oppression? And with whom can the Church engage on these issues? With states, religious leaders, international institutions, cultural institutions, or first and foremost with global civil society?In addition, what are the roots of fundamental rights, and what response can there be to the danger of a multiplication of rights that can paradoxically threaten concepts on the rule of law and human dignity?
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteFundamental Rights and Conflicts among Rights
EditorPL Azzaro, MA Glandon
Pagine180-200
Numero di pagine21
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2020

Keywords

  • History of Ideas
  • Modern ideologies
  • Natural Law
  • Religious Liberty
  • Secularism
  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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