The Political Theory of Liberation Theology: Toward a Reconvergence of Social Values and Social Science

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The bibliography consists of references cited in this book. However, to facilitate identification, the references have been grouped according to the most likely subject matter. And the subject matter has been classified under two general categories.

The first category classifies those references dealing directly with the topic of liberation theology, according to the following subject matter groupings: primary sources (p.231) and secondary sources (p.234).

The second category classifies those references dealing with topics related to the study of the political theory of liberation theology, according to the following subject matter groupings: economic, political, and intellectual conditions in Latin America (p.237); political theory, economic theory, and moral philosophy (p.239); Marxism and Christianity (p.244); religion and politics (p.245); theology (p.247); and history and philosophy of science (p.248).


Liberation Theology

Primary Sources

Assmann, Hugo. "Democracy and the Debt Crisis". This World(SpringSummer 1986): 83-103.

_____. Opresión-liberación: desafío a los cristianos. Montevideo: Uruguay, 1971.

_____. Theology for a Nomad Church. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1976.

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