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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Sollicitudo rei socialis

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1 1, 1 | frequently dealt with the question and has sometimes made the 2 2, 9 | commonly called the "social question."~In fact, the Encyclical 3 2, 9 | clarity that the social question has acquired a worldwide 4 2, 9 | Recognition that the "social question" has assumed a worldwide 5 2, 9 | declaring that the social question has acquired worldwide dimensions, 6 2, 9 | universality of the social question, but rather in the moral 7 2, 10 | In fact, if the social question has acquired a worldwide 8 3, 13 | Jesus himself who comes to question us (cf. Mt 25:31-46).~ 9 3, 14 | which render the social question much more complex, precisely 10 3, 14 | precisely because this question has assumed a universal 11 3, 18 | should have, prompts us to question seriously the type of development 12 3, 19 | developed countries. It is the question of the international debt, 13 3, 19(38)| to the International Debt Question (December 27, 1986).~ 14 3, 19 | Populorum Progressio39 - and the question of the development of peoples.~ 15 3, 19(40)| to the International Debt Question (December 27, 1986).~ 16 3, 21 | view of development the question naturally arises: in what 17 3, 24(42)| to the International Debt Question (December 27, 986), III, 18 4, 30 | although always called into question and threatened by sin, are 19 4, 33(62)| ibid., n. 47: "It is a question, rather, of building a world 20 5, 37 | development of peoples: it is a question of a moral evil, the fruit 21 5, 38 | connotation.~It is above all a question of interdependence, sensed 22 6, 42 | dimension which the social question has assumed,76 this love 23 6, 43 | recognized as inadequate; the question of technological exchanges


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