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Beyond Philosophy: Ethics, History, Marxism, and Liberation Theology

  title={Beyond Philosophy: Ethics, History, Marxism, and Liberation Theology},
  author={E. Dussel and E. Mendieta},
  • E. Dussel, E. Mendieta
  • Published 2003
  • Philosophy
  • Part 1 I. General Hypotheses Chapter 2 Domination-Liberation: A New Approach Chapter 3 The Bread of the Eucharist Celebration as a Sign of Justice in the Community Chapter 4 The "World-System": Europe as "Center" and its "Periphery" Beyond Eurocentrism Part 5 II. Liberating Theology Chapter 6 The Kingdom of God and the Poor Chapter 7 'Populus Dei' in Populo Pauperum: From Vatican II to Medellin and Puebla Chapter 8 Exodus as a Paradigm in Liberation Theology Part 9 III. Ethics and Economics… CONTINUE READING
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