A Unit 8 – Contents

Synthesis and Critique:
CST in Historical Perspective

 

8.1     CST’S EMERGENCE IN MODERN WESTERN HISTORY

8.1.1    Reviewing the module’s Learning Outcomes

8.1.2    Revising your historical learning

8.1.3    The Compendium’s summary of CST’s history

8.1.4    Different kinds of historical explanation

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8.2     CENTESIMUS ANNUS

8.2.1    ‘Introduction’ and Chapter 1:  ‘Characteristics of Rerum Novarum

8.2.2    Chapter 2:  ‘Towards the “New Things” of Today’

8.2.3    Chapter 3:  ‘The Year 1989’

8.2.4    Chapter 4:  ‘Private Property and the Universal Destination of Material Goods’

8.2.5    Chapter 5:  ‘State and Culture’

8.2.6    Chapter 6:  ‘Man is the Way of the Church’

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8.3     CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE MODERN CST TRADITION

8.3.1    Aims of the module: from knowledge to critical thinking

8.3.2    Dorr’s critical assessment after 100 years

8.3.3    Justice for women: the “biggest lacuna” in CST?

8.3.4    CST on women: a “new feminism”?

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8.4     CONCLUSION: ‘LIVING LIFE TO THE FULL’

8.4.1    Living life to the full

8.4.2   Solidarity and Eucharist

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8.5     COMMENTS ON UNIT 8

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