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John Milbank: Articoli scritti

John Milbank, (1952), teologo cristiano, è professore di Religione, Politica e Etica alla Università di Nottingham. In precedenza, ha insegnato alle Università di Lancaster, Cambridge e Virginia. È uno dei fondatori del movimento Radical Orthodoxy. Il suo libro più conosciuto è Theology and Social Theory, mentre il più recente è Being Reconciled: Ontology and Pardon. John Milbank is Professor in Religion, Politics and Ethics at the University of Nottingham. He has previously taught at the Universities of Lancaster, Cambridge and Virginia. He is one of the editors of the Radical Orthodoxy collection of essays which occasioned much debate. In general he has endeavoured in his work to resist the idea that secular norms of understanding should set the agenda for theology and has tried to promote the sense that Christianity offers a rich and viable account of the whole of reality.

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AFTER ROWAN/ The Coherence and Future of Anglicanism (1)

JOHN MILBANK comments on the relationship between Catholicism and Anglicanism, the problems in the Anglican church and the future of Anglicanism after Rowan Williams.
16/04/2012

AFTER ROWAN/ The Coherence and Future of Anglicanism (3)

JOHN MILBANK comments on the relationship between Catholicism and Anglicanism, the problems in the Anglican church and the future of Anglicanism after Rowan Williams. Part 3 of 3.
16/04/2012

AFTER ROWAN/ The Coherence and Future of Anglicanism (2)

JOHN MILBANK comments on the relationship between Catholicism and Anglicanism, the problems in the Anglican church and the future of Anglicanism after Rowan Williams. Part 2 of 3. 
16/04/2012

OCCUPY/ Theologian: The Church could mediate between protesters and the government

Professor JOHN MILBANK comments on the Occupy movements around the globe, how they are related to the Arab Spring and what could be done to actually bring about change.
09/03/2012

LONDON CITY/ The Liturgy of Finance

John Milbank comments on the protests in London, outside St Paul’s, both the historical underlying causes and the current financial causes, and suggests a course of action.
14/11/2011

UK/ Cameron on Islam, liberalism and multiculturalism: a brief comment

The Christian legacy historically opened up the "secular" space by both desacralising the political and creating the "Church" space of free association, that evolved into the civil society
14/02/2011

POLITICAL ECONOMY/ No equality in opportunity

The politics of equality of opportunity has licensed ever greater inequality; we need instead a more radical ¬economic egalitarianism coupled with the ¬recognition of a difference of roles and a ...
08/02/2010
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