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FISICHELLA, Rino. Postmodernity and Christian Humanism. Cuest. teol. [online]. 2011, vol.38, n.89, pp.121-133. ISSN 0120-131X.

Where is the starting point to think over christian humanism? What is the role that should play the concept of natural law in christian humanism? These are the questions stated in this article by Dr. Fisichella. He starts his narrative by dealing with the changing of time which could be represented by this moment in history; ¿what does it mean? (an end or a a beginning?). The author approaches the concern of "choosing rights à la carte" and, after going through this notion and its developments, he proposes the concept of natural law as a basis for his reflection

Keywords : Humanism; Natural Law; Christian Humanism; Ethics; Postmodernity.

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