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Without roots : the West, relativism, Christianity, Islam

著者: Benedict, Pope; Marcello Pera; Michael Moore
出版商: New York : Basic Books , ©2006 .
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This is Ratzinger's first book as Pope. Written in conjunction with President of the Italian Senate, Marcello Pera--a partnering of the statesman and the holy man--the book is a reassessment of the European "West" and its struggle to define itself in the wake of war, terrorism, diplomatic and spiritual crisis. Pope Benedict reveals a thorough grasp of the contemporary global climate and the tentative and fractious  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Benedict, Pope; Marcello Pera; Michael Moore
ISBN: 0465006345 9780465006342 0465006272 9780465006274
OCLC号码: 63761514
语言注释: Translated into English.
描述: xii, 159 p. ; 21 cm.
内容: Relativism, Christianity, and the west / Marcello Pera --
The spiritual roots of Europe: yesterday, today, and tomorrow / Joseph Ratzinger --
Letter to Joseph Ratzinger / Marcello Pera --
Letter to Marcello Pera / Joseph Ratzinger.
责任: Joseph Ratzinger now Pope Benedict XVI, Marcello Pera ; foreword by George Weigel ; translated by Michael F. Moore.
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Europe's failure to secure its future is mirrored by an abandonment of its spiritual roots in the interests of relativist secularism. The authors call on Europeans and the West in general to accept  再读一些...

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"(A) thoughtful history lesson about what European/American civilization consists of, with some striking comments on the Spengler-Toynbee debate." The Spectator"

 
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This book takes the form of two short "dialogues", firstly Ratzinger's speech and Pera's response to it, then a direct written corresponence between them.I found Pera's strong identification of America with "The West" a little one-sided, and his insistance that a war on terrorism is possible, without...
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