Augustine Ben Onwubiko
Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; 1 edition (May 8, 2013)
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Human dignity as a shared history of humanity capabilities as an anthropological key to the knowledge of the individual. traditionally it grew to become the fundament for contemporary constitutions and rights. even though discovered nearly on each lip the which means of human dignity is still inexhaustible. the variation within the realizing of human individual reflected within the a variety of cultural and conventional human photographs comes from the open ended nature of the concept that. during this experience human dignity is still an interpretative open idea that creates an invaluable hole between cultures, which theology can fill via discussion. initially issues like humans and heritage didn't belong to the classical dogmas, yet have been later known within the overdue heart a while as veritable assets of theological wisdom (Loci theologici alieni). This e-book makes a speciality of the issues of individual and human dignity. It takes benefit of the Melchior Cano’s ideas of theological wisdom to level a discussion with the Igbo (African) proposal and tradition.