B Unit 5: Contents

International Development, part 1:

Solidarity and Integral Human Development

5.1     INTRODUCTION: ACTING FOR JUSTICE

5.1.1   Outline of units 5, 6 and 7

5.1.2   Desperate people

5.1.3   ‘See, judge, act’

5.1.4   From ‘see, judge, act’ to the ‘pastoral spiral’

 

5.2     MATER ET MAGISTRA

5.2.1   MM chap. I: principles of CST

5.2.2   The principle of solidarity

5.2.3   The concept of social justice

5.2.4   Hayek’s critique of social justice

5.2.5   Responding to Hayek’s argument

5.2.6   MM chap. II: The revival of civil society

5.2.7   MM chap. II: The controversy about ‘socialization’

5.2.8   MM chap. II: State provision as a means to the common good

5.2.9   MM chap. III: CST addresses international development

5.2.10 Questions for discussion half way through the unit

 

5.3     POPULORUM PROGRESSIO

5.3.1   Part I, ‘Towards an Integral Human Development’

5.3.2   I.1 Historical context (##6-11)

5.3.3   I.2 Integral development (##12-21 and #42)

5.3.4   Henri de Lubac and Louis-Joseph Lebret

5.3.5   I.3 a. Integral development vs ‘unchecked liberalism’ (##22-28)

5.3.6   I.3 b. Urgent challenges in realizing development (##29-41)

5.3.7   Part II, ‘Towards the Solidary Development of Humanity’

5.3.8   II.1 Solidarity: aid to poor nations (##45-55)

5.3.9   II.2 Social justice: equity in trade (##56-65)

5.3.10 II.3 Universal charity: toward a more human world (##66-75)

5.3.11 Conclusion: development and peace (##76-87)

 

5.4     ASSESSMENT AND ACTION

5.4.1   Critical assessments of Populorum Progressio

5.4.2   Sword of the Spirit, CIIR, and Progressio

5.4.3   CAFOD

5.4.4   From Barbara Ward to the UN Human Development Report

 

5.5     REVIEW AND DISCUSSION OF UNIT 5

 

5.6     COMMENTS ON UNIT 5

 

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