Le pontificat romain dans l’époque contemporaine | The Papacy in the Contemporary Age

Le pontificat romain dans l’époque contemporaine | The Papacy in the Contemporary Age

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ISBN (print)
978-88-6969-256-7

ISBN (ebook)
978-88-6969-239-0

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chevron_right2610-9107

Date of publication
06 Jun 2018

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Jean-Paul II et la compréhension moderne du politique
Résistances et ajustements

Philippe Portier
École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris, France
philippe.portier@gsrl.cnrs.fr

DOI 10.30687/978-88-6969-239-0/009

Abstract

This text presents pope Jean Paul II’s thought on modernity. It highlights the existence of an ambivalence. The Polish pope, very widely inspired by the phenomenology and by the conciliar event, is situated by no means in a traditionalist perspective: the modern world, he says, is stemming from the Christian matrix; it continues to carry the essential values, such as freedom, equality and brotherhood. However, this world is not flawless. By separating from God’s law, it locked itself into a ‘culture of death’ of which it shows, for example, the anomic legislations on the family. The analysis calls a model of ‘integralist’ reinvestment, structured around the program of ‘new evangelization’.

Keywords
John Paul II. Modernity. Concile Vatican II. New Evangelization. Freedom of conscience.


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Portier Philippe

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Jean-Paul II et la compréhension moderne du politique

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Book Chapter

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fr

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This text presents pope Jean Paul II’s thought on modernity. It highlights the existence of an ambivalence. The Polish pope, very widely inspired by the phenomenology and by the conciliar event, is situated by no means in a traditionalist perspective: the modern world, he says, is stemming from the Christian matrix; it continues to carry the essential values, such as freedom, equality and brotherhood. However, this world is not flawless. By separating from God’s law, it locked itself into a ‘culture of death’ of which it shows, for example, the anomic legislations on the family. The analysis calls a model of ‘integralist’ reinvestment, structured around the program of ‘new evangelization’.

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Studi di storia

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2018-06-06

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2018-04-11

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None

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http://doi.org/10.14277/6969-239-0/SDS-5-8

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2610-9883

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2610-9107

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978-88-6969-256-7

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978-88-6969-239-0

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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with fulltext

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open

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John Paul II

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Modernity

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Concile Vatican II

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New Evangelization

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Freedom of conscience

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