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      SOLLICITUDO REI SOCIALIS (1987)

6.3.1    SRS chapter I: 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, chapter V on solidarity

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

6.3.8    SRS chapter VI on the preferential option for the poor

6.3.9    CST on international development after liberation theology

 

6.4      A NEOCONSERVATIVE CHALLENGE: ‘DEMOCRATIC CAPITALISM’

6.4.1    Introduction: Catholic defenders of capitalism

6.4.2    Neoliberalism and neoconservatism

6.4.3    Novak on liberation theology and international development

6.4.4    Novak’s engagement with CST

6.4.5    Centesimus Annus: affirming enterprise

6.4.6    Centesimus Annus: envisioning a non-capitalist market economy?

6.4.7    Novak on CST up to Sollicitudo Rei Socialis

6.4.8    Novak on Centesimus Annus

6.4.9    Neoconservatism, CST and international development

 

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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