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Christianity and Political Democracy in the Middle Ages and Modern Times

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Autori: Tiberiu Brãilean, Aurelian-Petruș Plopeanu

Editorial: Human and Social Studies, II(2), p.119-137, 2013.

Rezumat:

Today, there is a fruitful dispute between secularists and those who argue the compatibility between Christianity, with its religious precepts and intrinsic system of ethical values, and the liberal democracy. The second group is however hopelessly wrong, as much as the first. This endeavor is epistemologically wrong and the argument is pretty simple. The institutions of divine right, such as the Church or family, shall be subject to the single principle or hierarchy of being, that goes beyond the narrow human consciousness and action. From this perspective, these institutions may be called undemocratic or they do not respect the ideology of inalienable human rights, as formulated at the present time.

Cuvinte cheie: Christianity, Democracy, Liberalism, State, Church