The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom Peter A. Pagan Aguiar

ISBN: 9780966922677

Published: April 1st 2009

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312 pages


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The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom  by  Peter A. Pagan Aguiar

The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom by Peter A. Pagan Aguiar
April 1st 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 312 pages | ISBN: 9780966922677 | 8.25 Mb

Twenty-first-century society faces profound challenges, and the future seems anything but secure. The rapid advance of technology has far outpaced mankinds moral and religious development. There is greater material wealth now than in past centuries,MoreTwenty-first-century society faces profound challenges, and the future seems anything but secure.

The rapid advance of technology has far outpaced mankinds moral and religious development. There is greater material wealth now than in past centuries, yet poverty remains an international problem. Wars persist and global peace seems increasingly unattainable as terrorism and civil strife become more prevalent. Numerous forms of entertainment made possible by modern industrialization and technology divert attention away from the things that really matter and invert the objective hierarchy of values.

Underlying all these threats to the foundations of civilization one can find one or another theoretical conception of man and human freedom.



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