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2009-07-07
briel (...@yahoo.ca, IP: 69.172.85...)
2009-07-07 21:37
Ziaristul de la Ziua a facut o traducere de aici

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/07/07/pope-on-economy-world-nee_n_227039.html

unde se regasesc pasaje exacte din cele 69 de pagini. Americanul o fi avut timp sa citeasca tot si sa condenseze pana la cele mai importante idei. Deci vina Z.O. este ca nu a avut timp sa parcurga tot materialul.

Totusi citatele sunt edificatoare.

MirceaS din Paris (...@netscape.net, IP: 82.233.232...)
2009-07-07 22:32
Re: Ziaristul de la Ziua a facut o traducere de aici 1

La 2009-07-07 21:37:51, briel a scris:

> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/07/07/pope-on-economy-world-nee_n_227039.html
>
>
> unde se regasesc pasaje exacte din cele 69 de pagini. Americanul o fi
> avut timp sa citeasca tot si sa condenseze pana la cele mai
> importante idei. Deci vina Z.O. este ca nu a avut timp sa parcurga
> tot materialul.
>
> Totusi citatele sunt edificatoare.

Citatele nu sunt convingatoare, fiindca nu sunt semnificative fata de lungul text:

"1. Charity in truth, to which Jesus Christ bore witness by his earthly life and especially by his death and resurrection, is the principal driving force behind the authentic development of every person and of all humanity. Love — caritas — is an extraordinary force which leads people to opt for courageous and generous engagement in the field of justice and peace. It is a force that has its origin in God, Eternal Love and Absolute Truth. Each person finds his good by adherence to God's plan for him, in order to realize it fully: in this plan, he finds his truth, and through adherence to this truth he becomes free (cf. Jn 8:22). To defend the truth, to articulate it with humility and conviction, and to bear witness to it in life are therefore exacting and indispensable forms of charity. Charity, in fact, “rejoices in the truth” (1 Cor 13:6). All people feel the interior impulse to love authentically: love and truth never abandon them completely, because these are the vocation planted by God in the heart and mind of every human person. The search for love and truth is purified and liberated by Jesus Christ from the impoverishment that our humanity brings to it, and he reveals to us in all its fullness the initiative of love and the plan for true life that God has prepared for us. In Christ, charity in truth becomes the Face of his Person, a vocation for us to love our brothers and sisters in the truth of his plan. Indeed, he himself is the Truth (cf. Jn 14:6)...."

"...The Church does not have technical solutions to offer[10] and does not claim “to interfere in any way in the politics of States.”[11] She does, however, have a mission of truth to accomplish, in every time and circumstance, for a society that is attuned to man, to his dignity, to his vocation. Without truth, it is easy to fall into an empiricist and sceptical view of life, incapable of rising to the level of praxis because of a lack of interest in grasping the values — sometimes even the meanings — with which to judge and direct it. Fidelity to man requires fidelity to the truth, which alone is the guarantee of freedom (cf. Jn 8:32) and of the possibility of integral human development. For this reason the Church searches for truth, proclaims it tirelessly and recognizes it wherever it is manifested. This mission of truth is something that the Church can never renounce. Her social doctrine is a particular dimension of this proclamation: it is a service to the truth which sets us free. Open to the truth, from whichever branch of knowledge it comes, the Church's social doctrine receives it, assembles into a unity the fragments in which it is often found, and mediates it within the constantly changing life-patterns of the society of peoples and nations[12]...."

MirceaS din Paris (...@netscape.net, IP: 82.233.232...)
2009-07-07 22:35
Re: Ziaristul de la Ziua a facut o traducere de aici 2

"...14. In his Apostolic Letter Octogesima Adveniens of 1971, Paul VI reflected on the meaning of politics, and the danger constituted by utopian and ideological visions that place its ethical and human dimensions in jeopardy. These are matters closely connected with development. Unfortunately the negative ideologies continue to flourish. Paul VI had already warned against the technocratic ideology so prevalent today[26], fully aware of the great danger of entrusting the entire process of development to technology alone, because in that way it would lack direction. Technology, viewed in itself, is ambivalent. If on the one hand, some today would be inclined to entrust the entire process of development to technology, on the other hand we are witnessing an upsurge of ideologies that deny in toto the very value of development, viewing it as radically anti-human and merely a source of degradation. This leads to a rejection, not only of the distorted and unjust way in which progress is sometimes directed, but also of scientific discoveries themselves, which, if well used, could serve as an opportunity of growth for all. The idea of a world without development indicates a lack of trust in man and in God. It is therefore a serious mistake to undervalue human capacity to exercise control over the deviations of development or to overlook the fact that man is constitutionally oriented towards “being more”. Idealizing technical progress, or contemplating the utopia of a return to humanity's original natural state, are two contrasting ways of detaching progress from its moral evaluation and hence from our responsibility."

"As John Paul II has already observed, the demarcation line between rich and poor countries is no longer as clear as it was at the time of Populorum Progressio[55]. The world's wealth is growing in absolute terms, but inequalities are on the increase. In rich countries, new sectors of society are succumbing to poverty and new forms of poverty are emerging. In poorer areas some groups enjoy a sort of “superdevelopment” of a wasteful and consumerist kind which forms an unacceptable contrast with the ongoing situations of dehumanizing deprivation. “The scandal of glaring inequalities”[56] continues. Corruption and illegality are unfortunately evident in the conduct of the economic and political class in rich countries, both old and new, as well as in poor ones. Among those who sometimes fail to respect the human rights of workers are large multinational companies as well as local producers. International aid has often been diverted from its proper ends, through irresponsible actions both within the chain of donors and within that of the beneficiaries. Similarly, in the context of immaterial or cultural causes of development and underdevelopment, we find these same patterns of responsibility reproduced. On the part of rich countries there is excessive zeal for protecting knowledge through an unduly rigid assertion of the right to intellectual property, especially in the field of health care. At the same time, in some poor countries, cultural models and social norms of behaviour persist which hinder the process of development."

MirceaS din Paris (...@netscape.net, IP: 82.233.232...)
2009-07-07 22:37
Re: Ziaristul de la Ziua a facut o traducere de aici 3


"Today, as we take to heart the lessons of the current economic crisis, which sees the State's public authorities directly involved in correcting errors and malfunctions, it seems more realistic to re-evaluate their role and their powers, which need to be prudently reviewed and remodelled so as to enable them, perhaps through new forms of engagement, to address the challenges of today's world. Once the role of public authorities has been more clearly defined, one could foresee an increase in the new forms of political participation, nationally and internationally, that have come about through the activity of organizations operating in civil society; in this way it is to be hoped that the citizens' interest and participation in the res publica will become more deeply rooted."


"he mobility of labour, associated with a climate of deregulation, is an important phenomenon with certain positive aspects, because it can stimulate wealth production and cultural exchange. Nevertheless, uncertainty over working conditions caused by mobility and deregulation, when it becomes endemic, tends to create new forms of psychological instability, giving rise to difficulty in forging coherent life-plans, including that of marriage. This leads to situations of human decline, to say nothing of the waste of social resources. In comparison with the casualties of industrial society in the past, unemployment today provokes new forms of economic marginalization, and the current crisis can only make this situation worse. Being out of work or dependent on public or private assistance for a prolonged period undermines the freedom and creativity of the person and his family and social relationships, causing great psychological and spiritual suffering. I would like to remind everyone, especially governments engaged in boosting the world's economic and social assets, that the primary capital to be safeguarded and valued is man, the human person in his or her integrity: “Man is the source, the focus and the aim of all economic and social life”[61]."

Arcturus (...@gmail.com, IP: 141.76.45...)
2009-07-07 23:12
Re: bla-bla-uri ...

"To defend the truth" !!!!! BUNA GLUMA, MAI ALES CAND VINE DE LA CEL CARE A TINUT SUB PRES POVESTEA CU PREOTII PEDOFILI.

Scuteste-ne ....



La 2009-07-07 22:32:40, MirceaS a scris:

> La 2009-07-07 21:37:51, briel a scris:
>
> > http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/07/07/pope-on-economy-world-nee_n_227039.html
> >
> >
> > unde se regasesc pasaje exacte din cele 69 de pagini. Americanul o fi
> > avut timp sa citeasca tot si sa condenseze pana la cele mai
> > importante idei. Deci vina Z.O. este ca nu a avut timp sa parcurga
> > tot materialul.
> >
> > Totusi citatele sunt edificatoare.
>
> Citatele nu sunt convingatoare, fiindca nu sunt semnificative fata de
> lungul text:
>
> "1. Charity in truth, to which Jesus Christ bore witness by his
> earthly life and especially by his death and resurrection, is the
> principal driving force behind the authentic development of every
> person and of all humanity. Love — caritas — is an
> extraordinary force which leads people to opt for courageous and
> generous engagement in the field of justice and peace. It is a force
> that has its origin in God, Eternal Love and Absolute Truth. Each
> person finds his good by adherence to God's plan for him, in order to
> realize it fully: in this plan, he finds his truth, and through
> adherence to this truth he becomes free (cf. Jn 8:22). To defend the
> truth, to articulate it with humility and conviction, and to bear
> witness to it in life are therefore exacting and indispensable forms
> of charity. Charity, in fact, “rejoices in the truth” (1
> Cor 13:6). All people feel the interior impulse to love
> authentically: love and truth never abandon them completely, because
> these are the vocation planted by God in the heart and mind of every
> human person. The search for love and truth is purified and liberated
> by Jesus Christ from the impoverishment that our humanity brings to
> it, and he reveals to us in all its fullness the initiative of love
> and the plan for true life that God has prepared for us. In Christ,
> charity in truth becomes the Face of his Person, a vocation for us to
> love our brothers and sisters in the truth of his plan. Indeed, he
> himself is the Truth (cf. Jn 14:6)...."
>
> "...The Church does not have technical solutions to offer[10] and does
> not claim “to interfere in any way in the politics of
> States.”[11] She does, however, have a mission of truth to
> accomplish, in every time and circumstance, for a society that is
> attuned to man, to his dignity, to his vocation. Without truth, it is
> easy to fall into an empiricist and sceptical view of life, incapable
> of rising to the level of praxis because of a lack of interest in
> grasping the values — sometimes even the meanings — with
> which to judge and direct it. Fidelity to man requires fidelity to
> the truth, which alone is the guarantee of freedom (cf. Jn 8:32) and
> of the possibility of integral human development. For this reason the
> Church searches for truth, proclaims it tirelessly and recognizes it
> wherever it is manifested. This mission of truth is something that
> the Church can never renounce. Her social doctrine is a particular
> dimension of this proclamation: it is a service to the truth which
> sets us free. Open to the truth, from whichever branch of knowledge
> it comes, the Church's social doctrine receives it, assembles into a
> unity the fragments in which it is often found, and mediates it
> within the constantly changing life-patterns of the society of
> peoples and nations[12]...."
>
>


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