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Тексты, входящие в данную серию книг представляют собой результаты исследований, проведенных профессорами или кандидатами наук в Папском Григорианском Университете в следующих дисциплинах: Священное писание, Теология, Патристика, Каноническое право, Философия, История церкви, Экуменизм, Нехристианские религии. Начиная с 1930 года серия книг была выпущена в более 300 томах на 6 языках: английский, французский, немецкий, итальянский, латинский и испанский.



Lonergan’s Anthropology Revisited

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Whelan Gerard (ed.)

“Analecta Gregoriana” 324

2015, pp. 544

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This book is based on contributions made to an international conference held in the Pontifical Gregorian University and presents reflections of authors from all five continents. The conference was held to acknowledge the fiftieth anniversary of Vatican II, noting that during this time Lonergan was a professor at the Gregorian.

The reference to “rediscovering Lonergan” in the title stems from a conviction that there is much in Lonergan’s thought that remains relevant to the globalizing world of today and that continues to be important for implementing Vatican II.

The reference to anthropology in the title emerges from a conviction that philosophical and theological anthropology is central to the thought of Lonergan and, at the same time, that it is often the “issue underlying the issues” in debates today both within the Church and in society at large.

The book has a three-fold structure, which echoes the structure of the conference on which it is based. Part 1 explores the anthropology of Lonergan in depth and the method that emerges from it. Part 2 explores three key areas of application: interreligious dialogue; an interdisciplinary approach to the social sciences; and the ethos of Catholic universities. Part 3 presents short summaries of workshops that were held during the conference, where participants describe how they are implementing Lonergan’s method. It concludes with by comments on overlaps between the thought of Lonergan and the pastoral vision of Pope Francis.

Gerard Whelan is an Irish Jesuit who teaches fundamental theology at the Gregorian University, Rome. His interest in Bernard Lonergan is both theoretical and practical. He lived for fourteen years in Africa, taught pastoral theology at the Jesuit School of theology in Nairobi, Kenya, and was pastor of a poor parish on the outskirts of the city. From 2001-2006 he was an advisor to the delegation of the Holy See to the United Nations organization, UN-HABITAT. Currently, he is the Ecclesiastical Assistant of the World Union of Catholic Women’s Associations (WUCWO). He is author of the book: Redeeming History Social Concern in Bernard Lonergan and Robert Doran.

 

 

Al di là di ogni pregiudizio

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Salmič Igor

“Analecta Gregoriana” 323 Premio Bellarmino

2015 pp. 624

978-88-7839-300-4

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Nel 1920 si stabiliscono rapporti diplomatici tra il Regno jugoslavo e la Santa Sede, che portarono, due anni più tardi, all’avvio ufficiale delle trattative concordatarie. Dopo lunghi negoziati si arrivò, nel 1935, alla firma dell’accordo, resa possibile dall’inconsueta investitura, da parte jugoslava, di un negoziatore segreto, mons. Moscatello. Quando giunse il momento di votare per la ratifica (1937), nel parlamento belgradese si sollevarono forti proteste. Il governo, dunque, si vide costretto a ritirare il concordato dall’ordine del giorno. Il presente volume mette in particolare rilievo la posizione della Santa Sede nella questione concordataria, avvalendosi sia delle “nuove” fonti degli archivi vaticani relative al pontificato di Pio XI (accessibile dal 2006) sia di fonti inedite statali, ecclesiastiche e private. Vengono così individuati alcuni elementi importanti, e finora sconosciuti, relativi al periodo “segreto” delle trattative (1933-1935), e alla reazione della Segreteria di Stato in occasione della mancata ratifica del concordato (1937-1938). Il contributo innovativo offerto da questo studio, rispetto alla storiografia esistente, è nell’aver portato alla luce la genesi degli articoli principali del concordato firmato e dimostrato la peculiare rilevanza nel nunzio in Jugoslavia, Ermenegildo Pellegrinetti, nei negoziati bilaterali.

 

Igor Salmič, nato a Ljubljana (Slovenia) nel 1979, è frate minore conventuale (OFMconv). Dopo lo studio di Teologia a Ljubljana, si trasferisce a Roma ove consegue, nel 2013, il dottorato alla Facoltà di Storia dei Beni Culturali della Chiesa, presso la Pontificia Università Gregoriana. Attualmente svolge l’incarico di formatore nel Collegio internazionale Seraphicum e insegna Storia della Chiesa contemporanea presso la Pontificia Facoltà San Bonaventura. Le sue ricerche archivistiche si concentrano, principalmente, sul rapporto tra Chiesa e Stato durante i pontificati di Benedetto XV e Pio XI, e nondimeno sulla storia francescana nel territorio sloveno.

 

Redeeming History. Social Concern in Bernard Lonergan and Robert Doran

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Whelan Gerard

“Analecta Gregoriana”  322

2013, pp. 254

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Maîtriser le devenir

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Joblin J.M. sj

“Analecta Gregoriana” 321

2013, pp. 702

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Si può parlare oggi di una finalità dell'evoluzione?

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altAuletta G. – Pons J.S. (a cura di)

“Analecta Gregoriana” 320

2013, pp. 304

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La ambigua imaginación de la felicidad

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Ramírez, Manuel Palma

“Analecta Gregoriana” 319

2013, pp.  416

978-88-7839-241-0

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Diversión y apuesta en el corazón del pensamiento de Blaise Pascal

Un paralelismo antitético le da forma a los fragmentos de los Pensamientos de Blaise Pascal, al prolongar el movimiento paradójico de la naturaleza humana desde el divertissement hasta los pórticos de la conversión. En el primer foco de la figura, la diversión, contemplada de un modo alegórico, por la cual el hombre se aleja de Dios y hace del mundo el objeto de su concupiscencia. En el otro foco, la conversión, en la que el hombre se aleja del mundo y se vuelve a Dios merced a un movimiento de la Gracia. La concupiscencia es el envés del orden de la Caridad, como el divertimento es el reverso de la partida que abre a la fe cristiana. Las páginas de este libro retratan el trayecto del único «jugador » y dan razón de la complejidad de su existencia, que se debate entre el tedio, la angustia ante la muerte y el riesgo de una apuesta en la que la libertad empeña el todo de su nada en vistas a una ganancia infinita.

Manuel Palma Ramírez, sacerdote de la Archidiócesis de Sevilla. Estudió Filosofía en Sevilla, París y Roma. Doctor en Filosofía en la Pontificia Università Gregoriana (2011) y Licenciado en Teología (2006), por cuyo curriculum obtuvo el Premio extraordinario fin de carrera. Profesor de Filosofía en el Centro de Estudios Teológicos de Sevilla, del que es vicedirector (2012), y profesor invitado de la International Academy of Philosophy en España (2011). Ha publicado diversos artículos de carácter filosófico y teológico.

 

242 Telling about God Vol. I Promise and fulfillment

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Van Roo William A.    

 “Analecta Gregoriana” 242

1986, pp. XII - 376

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First, a reflection on the key word in the title of the whole work, telling. It was occasioned by reflections on a verse of John’s prologue, which I translate thus: “No one has ever seen God: the only Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, he has told us about him”(Jn 1.18). I have italicized the words in which I differ from the translation of the RSV, NEB, and JB: “he has made him known”. Eventually my choice of translation here suggested the title of the whole book. To tell is to mention one by one, relate in detail, make known or manifest, disclose, divulge, reveal, inform, report to. Telling suggest all of the mystery of the revelation by which God told us of himself, and Jesus told us of the Father. It suggests too the mystery and the frustration of all subsequent telling about God, as the message is passed on. It suggests the limitations, the eternal inadequacy of all divine-human symbolizing. God can tell us about himself only by some sort of human symbolizing: and evidently we can pass on the word only by symbolizing which, through it is taken up into the divine self-manifestation, is always human. Jesus told about the Father. He did so gradually by the words with which he spelled out the message. He did so by all of the human actions, and the whole of the human life which he lived. In both word and action, and by the whole of his human reality, he could reveal only bit by bit.

 

240 Les fondements logiques de la pensée normative

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Kalinowski G. Selvaggi F. eds.    

 “Analecta Gregoriana” 240

1985, pp. X - 205

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Table des Matières:

Avant-prpos de G. Kalinowski

Geneviéve Even- Granboulan: Le syllogisme pratique d’Aristote et la morale

Giuliano Di Bernardo: Semantics for Normative Philosophy

Jesùs Rodriguez Marin: Raisonnement morla, argumentation, deduction et justification

Jean-Louis Gardies: Logique déontique et droit

Ota Weinberger: Die Bedeutung der Logik für die moderne rechtstheorie

Georges Kalinowski: Logique des norms, logique déontique et fondements logiques de la pensée normative

Rodolfo Bozzi: De la logique des norms à la protologique

Amedeo G. Conte: Phénomènologie du langage déontique

Adoraciòn Sanchez Garcia: Tableaux sémantiques pour la logique des normes kalinowslienne

 

 
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