Globalization and Its Victims
Jon Sobrino, Felix Wilfred
SCM Press, 2001 - Religion - 126 pages
Reason for returning to this theme / Jon Sobrino and Felix Winfred -- General dimensions of globalization and its critics ; Ambiguities of globalization / E'tienne Perrot ; Globalization as cover-up: an ideology to disguise and justify current wrongs / Franz Hinkelammert ; Religions face to face with globalization / Felix Wilfred -- Effects of free-market globalization on women's lives / Mari'a Arcelia Gonz'ales Butron -- Biblical-theological critique ; Sin of the world: the devil is a liar, a deceiver and a murderer / Xavier Alegre -- How globalization is affecting the different regions ; Europe: globalization and poverty / Luis de Sabastia'n Carazo ; Africa: globalization and the loss of cultural identity / Teresa Okure ; Latin America: economics, ethics and alternatives / Germa'n Gutie'rrez -- Utopia of the human family ; Among the religions of humanity / Michel Amaladoss ; In the Biblical tradition / Jose? Luis Sicre ; Universalization of the truly human as real globalization / Jose? Ignacio Gonza'lez Faus ; Redeeming globalization through its victims / Jon Sobrino -- Documentation ; Universalization of solidarity and hope: "The march for peace" Butembo, Congo, 24 February to 4 March 2001 / Jon Sobrino.
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