Theology, Anthropology and Neuroscience
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Concilium is currently published in six languages and can claim to be the most-widely read theological journal in the world.
Part One: Neurosciences, Experience and Philosophy
Inner Experience and Neuroscience
The Philosopher’s Generosity and its Limits: Paul Ricoeur and Neurophilosophy
The dulcet tones of a new doctrine of salvation?: On the achievements and limits of neurosciences
Part Two: Ethical questions
Looking for the Basis of Morality: Brain Research moves from Helping Hand to Moral Authority
Brain, Morals and Ethics: What is the connection?
Gender Identity, Brain and Body
Part Three: Theological perspectives
Human Fallibility and Neuroscience
Homo Capax Dei (Man is capable of receiving God): Neurosciences and the new Image of God
EDUARDO R. CRUZ
Part Four: Theological Forum
The questions of same-sex marriage in France: What is at stake in the debates
So where are the women – in 50 years of Concilium?
The Synod on the Family
SUSAN A. ROSS
A future in solidarity with Christians in the Middle East
Refugees: A Conversation between Danny Pilario (Philipines) and Norbert Reck (Germany)
DANNY PILARIO AND NORBERT RECK
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