politico-social love



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  • A theologian who has learned his theology in the classical tradition and has accepted its spiritual challenge will find it hard to realize that an attempt is being made, in all seriousness, to recast the whole Christian reality in the categories of politico-social liberation praxis.

    Is Fr. Thomas Reese, S.J., right or wrong...

  • Not every movie has to be politico-social commentary.

    Scripting News for 7/16/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • You are jumping from science to humanism, which is a politico-social movement.

    Behe's bad math - The Panda's Thumb

  • We are educated by our circumstances to think no revolution in appliances and economic organisation incredible, our minds play freely about possibilities that would have struck the men of the Academy as outrageous extravagance, and it is in regard to politico-social expedients that our imaginations fail.

    A Modern Utopia

  • Oxford, from Oxford to the politico-social routine.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • In particular, anti-growth, anti-capitalism, and anti-technology crusaders have grabbed onto the global warming issue as their prime weapon not in achieving environmental goals but in achieving their politico-social goals.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Libertarianism, the Environment, and Kyoto: Part 2

  • Fitzgibbons, and Bonteens in that politico-social success which goes so far towards downright political success, and which in itself is so pleasant.

    Phineas Finn

  • For the PLA, military and politico-social goals were the same.

    Typhoon Season

  • For they make possible, for the first time, the conversion of a mode of government into a politico-social organism, a true Republic as it were, whose educator-guardians supply the rationale, the indispensable training, and the continuing fund of personnel for its maintenance and protection.

    The American University: Part I

  • There is such a thing in our national life -- a constant process, although often unrecognized -- as social anastomosis: the intercommunication by branch of every vein and veinlet of the politico-social body, and thereby the coming into touch of lives apparently alien.

    Flamsted quarries


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