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Norman Social Justice: Section One Part Two SG
Half of these are honestly a shot in the dark... good luck :P
Terms in this set (17)
Is private property a basic human right or an absolute right (explain)?
Private property is a basic human right, not an absolute right, because in Pope Leo's Rerum Novarum and John Paul II's 100th year, they express that what you have is to be distributed for the common good. This is not an absolute right because it can be interfered with.
What is the meaning of Isaiah 1:11-16 and Isaiah 58: 5-11?
These two passages are all about worshiping God through service to the POW's. In the passages, God is frustrated that people offer him all sorts of sacrifices, but fail to help their neighbor.
Who said, "If you want peace work for justice?" What does it mean?
Pope Paul VI in 1961. He means that if you have the means to help the POW's out, then you absolutely should. Peace can only be achieved when we are all given equal means to reach our AHD.
Who said, "The new name for peace is development?" What does it mean?
John Paul II. He means that if everyone had basic human rights, global strife would diminish
(On the Condition of Labor) When was it written?
(On the Condition of Labor) Who wrote it?
Pope Leo XIII
(On the Condition of Labor) Who was he speaking on behalf of?
He was speaking on behalf of all the workers, especially in factories (note: this is at the peak of the industrial revolution; lots of crappy work conditions)
(On the Condition of Labor) Which philosopher did he speak against?
(On the Condition of Labor) Main Teachings?
Equal rights and dignity of workers. This means a fair wage, safe working conditions, restricting child labor, diminishing barrier between wealthy and poor, etc.
(On the Condition of Labor) Why were unions endorsed by Leo?
Unions fight for the rights of workers which was the general theme of Rerum Novarum .
Who said, "Racism is a sin?" When?
US bishops in 1979
On page 51, there are three foundational principles in which who/what must be engaged in creating just societies?
1. Societies and their political leaders must follow God's principles to create just societies
2. The authority of governments and institutions flow from God's authority
3. Governments must provide for humans to give the BHR and the ability to reach AHD
(This one's a stretch)
Gospel of Life: Author, year, theme?
John Paul II; 1995; Spoke out for "culture of life" and against abortion, euthanasia, etc.
Development of Peoples: Author, year, theme?
Paul VI; 1967; Criticizes unrestrained capitalism (What does this mean, because recall that John Paul II supports, with some clarification, capitalism as the best system for the common good?)
Private companies can become greedy and put profit in front of supporting the common good.
Christianity and Social Progress: Author, year, theme?
John XXIII; 1961; The gap between the rich and poor is too great
Care for Our Common Home: Author, year, theme?
Francis; 2015; Stewardship and our responsibility for climate change
The Hundredth Year: Author, year, theme?
John Paul II; 1991; The just and fair distribution of resources takes precedence over the right to private property
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