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Justice and mercy as a value of the education and pedagogy of mercy

Marian Nowak

What is the justice? What is the mercy? – as values of the human existence? What do they mark for education and pedagogy? What does it mean to be a just person? What does it mean to be a merciful person?


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La Misericord est-elle injuste?

Carlo Nanni

La miséricorde – outre que une importance pratique – a aussi un profond sens culturel et anthropologique, que l’école est appelée à approfondir et développer.
Mais à ce propos il y a trois questions, qui sont à surmonter:
(1) la miséricorde est contraire à la mentalité commune d’entendre la justice (voir a propos de la parabole du père miséricordieux, des ouvrier de la dernière heure, du soleil pour tous, du larron crucifié…..)?
(2) Les œuvres de la miséricorde, sont-elles un «amortisseur» social?
(3) L’action miséricordieuse favorise la passivité, l’inaction d’entreprise, le non affrontement des problèmes?
Et donc, quoi faire au niveau de l’éducation?


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Being Open to Other Cultures and Beliefs Catholic Schools in the United Kingdom

Leonardo Franchi

Leonard Franchi Abstract Catholic schools exist in a state of uncertainty between their double identity as Church and civic institutions. Political pressure to conform to the prevailing cultural climate can be a source of tension between Catholic school leaders and…


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Being Open to Others in Catholic Schools

Leonardo Franchi

Catholic schools exist in a state of uncertainty between their double identity as Church and civic institutions. Political pressure to conform to the prevailing cultural climate can be a source of tension between Catholic school leaders and the educational establishment. The source of this tension often lies in the degree of ‘hostility’ shown towards religious ideas more broadly.


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Narratives of Openness: International Students’ Experiences in a British Ecumenical University and its City

Bignold, W.

Liverpool Hope University prides itself on being a strong community which values students and staff from different places, locally, nationally and internationally. This paper tells the stories of international students and alumni, a significant part of the community, and explores their lived experiences. It does this through narrative accounts written by the students and in doing so gives them a voice which enables us to experience the openness they feel towards them, or a closed attitude, from those they meet in the University and its city.


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Justice and mercy in Education

Educa | n.º 3 | 2017

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