B Unit 6: Contents

International Development, part 2:

The Challenges of Liberation Theology and Neoconservative Capitalism

6.1       INTRODUCTION

6.1.1    A new trajectory in CST: Populorum Progressio to Caritas in Veritate

6.1.2    What is poverty?

6.1.3    Poverty in the Catholic Church’s teaching

 

6.2       A RADICAL CHALLENGE: LIBERATION THEOLOGY

6.2.1    Liberation theology: an outline

6.2.2    Base ecclesial communities and Freire on ‘conscientization’

6.2.3    Gustavo Gutiérrez

6.2.4    Liberation theology’s global vision

6.2.5    Liberation theology and Marxism: revolution and socialism

6.2.6    Liberation theology and Marxism: class analysis

6.2.7    The Vatican’s response to liberation theology

6.2.8    Two ‘Instructions’ on liberation theology

 

6.3       SOLICITUDO REI SOCIALIS (1987)

6.3.1    Solicitudo Rei Socialis (1987): Introduction

6.3.2    SRS chapters II and III

6.3.3    SRS, chapter IV: ‘Authentic human development’

6.3.4    ‘Structures of sin’: background

6.3.5    SRS, chapter V on ‘structures of sin’

6.3.6    SRS, chap V on solidarity

6.3.7    Three ways in which John Paul II develops CST on solidarity

6.3.8    SRS chap VI and VII on the preferential option for the poor

6.3.9    Conclusion: CST on development after liberation theology

 

6.4     A NEOCONSERVATIVE CHALLENGE: ‘DEMOCRATIC CAPITALISM’

 

6.5     CARITAS IN VERITATE (2009)

 

6.6     ASSESSMENT OF CST ON INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

6.7     REVIEW AND DISCUSSION OF UNIT 6

 

6.8     COMMENTS ON UNIT 6

 

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