Humanities and Option for the Poor, 2005

Humanities and Option for the Poor

Holztrattner, Magdalena / Sedmak, Clemens (Hg.)(2005), Humanities and Option for the Poor. Münster et al. Der Sammelband ist ein Ergebnis der internationalen und interdisziplinären Konferenz „Humanities and Option for the Poor“ im April 2004 in Salzburg. Hier finden Sie das Inhaltsverzeichnis.

Contents
Preface

Clemens SEDMAK
Introduction: Commitments and an „Option for the Poor”
Mary DOAK
Option for the Other: Towards a Consistent Option for the Poor
Paul KOLLMAN
The Option for the Poor and the Renewal of the History of Christianity
Jacques HAERS
The Preferential Option for the Poor in a Globalizing World
Carlos MENDOZA ÁLVAREZ
Exclusion, Violence and Hope: The Option for the Poor and its Reception in the Human Sciences
Suyapa PÉREZ ESCAPINI
The Option for the Poor from the Latin American Church and the Challenges Involved in Interpreting it to the Secular
Daniel GROODY
A Socio-Theological Hermeneutics of Migration: Eucharist and the Option for the Poor
Héctor SAMOUR
Philosophical Proposal of Ignacio Ellacuría
Ludwig ZURBRIGGEN
Sociology of Social Suffering and „Option for the Poor”
Stefan KUTZNER
Value Neutrality and Poverty Research: How can Scientific Research contribute to an Improvement of Social Policy against Poverty?
Magdalena HOLZTRATTNER/Daiva DÖRING
Remarks on Necessities and Dangers of Poverty Research
Andreas GESTRICH
Social History of Poverty and the „Preferential Option for the Poor“-Initiative
Robert DEINHAMMER
An Option for the Poor in Jurisprudence?
Thomas BÖHLER
The preferential Option for the Poor and Amartya Sen´s Capability Approach: Two Attempts to link Economics with the Interdisciplinary field of Poverty Research and Reduction

Notes on the Contributers
Sollten Sie weitere Informationen zu diesem Sammelband anfordern wollen, bitten wir SIe um Kontaktaufnahme mit magdalena.holztrattner[at]sbg.ac.at