In the article we briefly introduce the ‘new political theology’ of Johann Baptist Metz (1928-2019), a contemporary of Ratzinger’s and a defining figure in 20th-century German theology.
Does the model of the ‘secular’ state—that is, a state devoid of any religious foundations, as presumed by the narrative of separation—exist at all, or is only a myth of the modern era?
We present a brief introduction to the political thinking of an eminent contemporary Catholic theologian, Joseph Ratzinger (1927–), the subsequent Pope Benedict XVI.
This article examines a nowadays less quoted part of Reinhold Niebuhr’s thought, which is also related to his emphasis on the sinfulness of human nature, the idea of the ‘easy conscience of man’.
Being politically modern means the hope that people are able to take their own life into their hands and be their own masters, and that the human condition can be completely understood and controlled.
A kind of manifesto for conservative values that we can perhaps all commit to in these turbulent times.
The political debates of the last half decade show that the concept of sovereignty has revived in the political public.
Scruton wrote that the foundation of democracy is not necessarily liberalism but a sense of national loyalty.
In the age of soft colonization and hybrid neo-colonialism, the war of independence must be fought in the cultural field in the first place.
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