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The Relevance of the Property Teaching of Pope Paul VI: An Ancient Teaching in a New Context (Hardback)
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The Relevance of the Property Teaching of Pope Paul VI: An Ancient Teaching in a New Context (Hardback)

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Hardback 215 Pages / Published: 01/01/1993
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This study examines in depth the Pope Paul VI's property teaching as contained in his four major social documents: "Populorum Progressio" (1967); "Octogesima Adveniens" (1971); "De Iustitia in Mundo" (1971); and "Evangelii Nuntiandi" (1975). Within each chapter, the topic is situated within its historical setting, followed by a presentation on Christian anthropology. Then a series of related topics are examined, and finally the property teaching itself is discussed under four headings: the right of ownership and the social function of property; the definition of property; the purposes of property; and the role of the state in promoting and protecting property rights.

Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
ISBN: 9780773422186
Number of pages: 215

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