Towards a Society that Serves Its People: The Intellectual Contribution of El Salvador's Murdered Jesuits

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John J. Hassett, Hugh Lacey
Georgetown University Press, 1991 - 406 pagina's
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This collection presents a representative sample of the writings of three of the six Jesuits who were slain in El Salvador on November 16, 1989. Although little known in the United States, these men were significant scholars who possessed an original conception of the university. They affirmed in difficult circumstances, the pursuit and teaching of truth as a collaborative, collegial process that transcends international boundaries.

 

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Inhoudsopgave

Introduction
1
Liberation Theology and Sociohistorical Change
19
Utopia and Prophecy in Latin America
44
Fundamental Human Rights and The Legal and Political
91
The Historicization of The Concept of Property
105
Reparations and Democracy
138
Segundo Mantes
158
The Challenge of The Poor Majority
171
Classes and Social Movements in El Salvador
253
Its Land Epicenter of the Crisis
269
The True Social Place of the Church
283
The Appeal of the Far Right
293
From Dirty War to Psychological War
306
Towards A Liberation Psychology
319
A Social Psychological
333
From Religion as Opium to Religion as Liberating Faith
347

Is A Different Kind of University Possible?
177
The University Human Rights and The Poor Majority
208
Developing A Critical Consciousness through
220
Wlmt is the Dominant Mode of Production in El Salvador?
245
References Cited in the Text
395
Key to Abbreviations Acronyms
405
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