domingo, dezembro 12, 2004
Liberalismo e Cristianismo
A propósito da polémica sobre o supracitado tema no Blasfémias recomendo a leitura deste post do Valete Fratres.
"The feature...which greatly distinguished the type of liberalism predominant on the Continent from the British one was from the beginning what is best described as its free-thinking aspect, which expressed itself in a strong anti-clerical, anti-religious and generally anti-traditionalist attitude. Not only in France, but also in the other Roman Catholic parts of Europe, the continuous conflict with the church of Rome became indeed so characteristic of liberalism that to many people it appeared as its primary characteristic."
F.A. Hayek, Liberalism
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