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1. Thought: Volume > 45 > Issue: 3
Quentin Lauer Authority in the Contemporary World
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Authority is a moral power of the community in whose service it is exercised through constitutive consent for coordinating its functions and achieving its purpose.
2. Thought: Volume > 45 > Issue: 3
James Ward, Bertil Ghezzi Pius IX's Voltaire: Louis Veuillot and Vatican I
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The lively and colorful story of the important role played by a curioously neglected French journalist in the First Vatican Council (December 1869–July 1870).
3. Thought: Volume > 45 > Issue: 3
Friedrich Baerwald Problems of Professionalism
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The crisis of the contemporary world is also a crisis of professionalism, the inevitable growth of which has created new problems both international and domestic.
4. Thought: Volume > 45 > Issue: 3
Roland J. Faley End Time and Christian Social Action
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The eschaton, or the future of the Kingdom, profoundly affects the Christian stance in ethics, especially when applied to the complex problems of the modern world.
5. Thought: Volume > 45 > Issue: 3
Gerard Reedy The Christology of Hans Urs von Balthasar
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An introduction to one aspect of the work of a major contemporary theologian whose full contribution will perhaps only be recognized in a more irenic age.
6. Thought: Volume > 45 > Issue: 3
William Cenkner Gandhi and Creative Conflict
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Gandhi's vision for permanent and substantial change in society through nonviolence involves first the transformation of man himself through the creative building of human relationships.
7. Thought: Volume > 45 > Issue: 3
John W. Loofbourow Literary Realism Redefined
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Literary realism might be defined in terms of contemporary cultural values as a dramatization of existential assumptions that are shared by the artist and his audience.
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Aesthetics, Literature
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Philosophy
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Theology, Patristics, Sociology, Education, Travel
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