„Die Würde des Menschen ist unantastbar“
by Clemens Sedmak
Not many books are concerned with a systematic reflection of the application of the catholic social theory to practical problems. The author of this book corrects this deficiency with his new concept: he combines fundamental deliberations with quite specific questions and thereby draws on empirical social research. For example, what does it mean to apply the catholic social theory to a certain field (like a hospital, a jail or a school) or to a specific problem (like prioritization within poverty reduction or beggars in the public sphere)? The consequences of applied catholic social theory are deliberated in regard to persons (those in need of care, children, poor people, rich and powerful people, and beggars) as well as institutions, economy or politics.
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