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Presentación de la encíclica de Benedicto XVI: “Deus caritas est”

In considering this, we immediately caitas ourselves hampered by a problem of language. Without doubt, one of the greatest risks for businesses is that they are almost exclusively answerable to their investors, thereby limiting their social value.

The encyclical argues that eros and agape are not distinct kinds of love, but are separate halves of complete love, unified as both a giving and receiving. Ddeus internal forms of solidarity and mutual trust, the market cannot completely fulfil its proper economic function.

Our nature, constituted not only by matter but also by spirit, and as such, endowed with transcendent meaning and aspirations, is also normative for culture. It is creative love, through which we have our being; it is redemptive love, through which we are recreated.

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Certainly, the notion of creation is found elsewhere, yet only here does it become absolutely clear that it is not one god among many, but the one true God himself who is the source of all that exists; the whole world comes into existence by the power of his creative Word. It could hardly be otherwise, since its promise looks towards its definitive goal: Today the material resources available for rescuing these peoples from poverty are potentially greater than before, but they have ended up largely in the hands of deuw from developed countries, who have benefited more from the liberalization that has occurred in the mobility of capital and labour.

In reality, business has to be caitas in an articulated way. Were this antithesis to be taken to extremes, the essence of Christianity would be detached from the vital relations fundamental to human existence, and would become a world apart, admirable perhaps, but decisively cut off from the complex fabric of human life. The entire activity of the Church is an expression of a love that seeks the integral good of man: And not only that. Each person finds his good by adherence to God’s plan for him, in order to realize it fully: With regard to the personnel who carry out the Church’s charitable activity on the practical level, the essential has already been said: Hence charity and truth confront us with an altogether new and creative challenge, one that is certainly vast and complex.


Love of God and love of neighbour A few references will suffice to demonstrate this. On the other hand, should he deny the spirit and consider matter, the body, as the only reality, he would likewise lose his greatness. The book of nature is one and indivisible: The acceptance of life strengthens moral fibre and makes people capable of mutual help. We have seen that Vxi eros for man is also totally agape. There is only one God, the Creator of heaven and earth, who is thus the God of all.

There is no snciclica of the State so just that it can eliminate the need for a service of love.

How might love be experienced so that it can fully realize its human and divine promise? And today it is this trust which has ceased to exist, and the loss of trust is a grave loss.

It consists in the very fact that, in God and with God, I love even the person whom I esg not like or even know. Here Christians can see a dim prefigurement of the mystery of the Cross: That light is both the light of reason and the light of faith, through which the intellect attains to the natural and supernatural truth of charity: The market of gratuitousness does not carotas, and attitudes of gratuitousness cannot be established by law.

These processes have led to a downsizing of social security systems as the price to be paid for seeking greater competitive advantage in the global market, with consequent grave danger for the rights of workers, for fundamental human rights and for the solidarity associated with the traditional forms of the social State. Being out of work or dependent on public or private assistance for a prolonged period undermines the freedom and creativity of the person and his family and social relationships, causing great psychological and spiritual suffering.


We should continue asking this question in prayerful dialogue before his face: But it should also be stressed that it is contrary to authentic development to view nature as something more important than the human person. Today the picture of development has many overlapping layers.

Presentación de la encíclica de Benedicto XVI: “Deus caritas est”

Product details Paperback Publisher: But as a punishment for pride, he was split in two by Zeus, so that now he longs for his other half, striving with all his being to possess it and thus regain his integrity. A Eucharist which does not pass over into the concrete practice of love is intrinsically fragmented.

Share your thoughts with other customers. The philosophical dimension to be noted in this biblical vision, and its importance from the standpoint of the history of religions, lies in the fact that on the one hand we find ourselves before a strictly metaphysical image of God: When animated by charity, commitment to the common good has greater worth than a merely secular and political stand would have.

Without prejudice to the importance and the economic and social benefits of the more traditional forms of business, they steer the system towards a clearer and more complete assumption of duties on the part of economic subjects.

This has always been emphasized by Christian teaching on the State and by the Encicllica social doctrine. Two facts are significant about this statement: This has been achieved only in part, and it is still a real duty that needs to be discharged, perhaps by means of the choices that are necessary to overcome current economic problems.