Religión, razón y convivencia. Entrevista a Rémi Brague
Keywords: 
Religión
Razón
Ley natural
Violencia
laicidad
Cristianismo
Islam
Issue Date: 
2007
ISSN: 
0066-5215
Citation: 
Murillo, J.I. (2007). ""Religión, razón y convivencia. Entrevista a Rémi Brague"". Anuario Filosófico, 40 (3), 575-595
Abstract
Prof. Brague explores in this interview the usefulness of the study of Medieval thought in order to understand the problems of our time. He reflects on the different approaches to reason, politics and religion in Islam and Christianity, and the problems which derivate from the radical modern separation between society and religion. Is it correct to ascribe the casuse of social conflicts to religion or to a strong rationality? Is it possible in the long run to build a society without any religion? Why is the notion of natural law controversial in modern times? And what is the relation between natural law and the law of God, as proposed by certain religions?

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