[FL 3402]  Christian anthropology of culture

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Course Information

Professor: BRAGUE, Remi
Email: [email protected]
Language: English

ECTS: 1.5
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Intensive Lecture

These Lectures are obligatory for all the students of Second cycle] On the Christian view of man related to other attempts at an anthropology.Christian anthropology of culture from Homer to John Paul II. Cross-sectional historical lectures on cultural anthropology: Greek, Roman, Jewish, Muslim, Christian and modern. Culture defined broadly as a collective of phenomena related to art, law, religion and politics.

Prof. Rémi Brague


Monday           17 May :  10.30-12.11

Wednesday     19 May :    8.30-10.15

Thursday         20 May : 16.30-18.15

Friday              21 May :  15.30-18.15

Saturday         22 May :    9.30-12.15


Bibliography: G. K. Chesterton, The Everlasting Man (1925) ; C. S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man (1943) ; R. Brague, Anchors in the Heavens: The Metaphysical Infrastructure of Human Life (2019) ; R. Brague, The Kingdom of Man: Genesis and Failure of the Modern Project (2015)