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1 Int, 7| which put the very future of man in jeopardy. It is necessary 2 Int, 7| profound and so rapid, each day man discovers himself anew, 3 Int, 7| different from the present, man nevertheless needs to have 4 Int, 7| are certainly greater than man but, if he so wills, he 5 1, 9 | spite of all his conquests, man Is not turning back against 6 1, 10| challenge to the wisdom of man, to his capacity for organization 7 1, 10| the Christian community. Man is experiencing a new loneliness; 8 1, 10| human societies, confronts man with difficult problems. 9 1, 11| the social fabric whereby man may be able to develop the 10 1, 12| sin and pride-the pride of man who feels secure enough 11 1, 14| the human person" 9. Every man has the right to work, to 12 1, 17| created to God's image. A man's relationship with God 13 1, 18| unless the conscience of man rouses itself and gives 14 1, 19| technological achievements. If man lets himself rush ahead 15 1, 21| 21. While the horizon of man is thus being modified according 16 1, 21| consequence of human activity. Man is suddenly becoming aware 17 1, 21| framework is no longer under man's control, thus creating 18 2, 22| progress continues to overturn man's surroundings, his patterns 19 2, 22| participation, two forms of man's dignity and freedom. ~ 20 2, 23| statement of the rights of man and the seeking for international 21 2, 23| which moreover answers man's yearning to be loved. " 22 2, 23| yearning to be loved. "Love for man, the prime value of the 23 2, 24| society. As a social being, man builds his destiny within 24 2, 25| a complete conception of man's vocation and of its differing 25 2, 25| nature, origin and end of man and society. ~In this field, 26 2, 26| faith and his concept of man. He cannot adhere to the 27 2, 26| denying all transcendence to man and his personal and collective 28 2, 27| In both cases is it not man that risks finding himself 29 2, 27| levels of creation, calls on man as endowed with responsibility 30 2, 28| suggests certain paths to man's liberation, ends up by 31 2, 30| positivism which reduces man to a single dimension even 32 2, 30| destiny of the universe and of man be identified with historical 33 2, 31| self-sufficient picture of man. Nevertheless, these distinctions 34 2, 31| integral development of man. ~ 35 2, 32| atheistic terms the whole of man and the world since it did 36 2, 37| of the Lord, who animates man renewed in Christ, continually 37 2, 37| there dwells the mystery of man discovering himself to be 38 2, 38| nature by using his reason, man now finds that he himself 39 2, 38| accepted knowledge about man, on the grounds that this 40 2, 38| situations, certain aspects of man, and yet to give these an 41 2, 38| analysis is to mutilate man and, under the pretext of 42 2, 38| impossible to understand man in his totality. ~ 43 2, 39| tested types of behavior. Man can then become the object 44 2, 39| societies of tomorrow and for man himself. For even if all 45 2, 39| essential to know what sort of man is in question. ~ 46 2, 40| attribute: a global vision of man and of the human race". 24 47 2, 40| demands and the desire to know man better, but at the same 48 2, 40| partial-yet true-aspect of man; the complete picture and 49 2, 40| inherent in the very nature of man. These sciences are a condition 50 2, 40| mystery of the heart of man; nor does it provide the 51 2, 41| This better knowledge of man makes it possible to pass 52 2, 41| They saw this progress as man's effort to free himself 53 2, 41| of forces and interests, man today wishes to replace 54 2, 41| consciousness, which will lead man to exercise a wider solidarity 55 2, 41| Spirit of the Lord help man to place his freedom, in 56 3, 42| breadth and their urgency, is man without the means of solving 57 3, 45| a transcendent love for man, and, in consequence, through 58 3, 46| it is at the service of man, it can be "a source of 59 3, 46| concrete exchanges between man, of rights recognized, of 60 3, 46| must be clarified, but each man feels that in the social 61 3, 46| conditions required for attaining man's true and complete good, 62 3, 46| is to affirm the duty of man, of every man, to recognize 63 3, 46| the duty of man, of every man, to recognize the concrete 64 3, 47| expresses a demand made by the man of today: a greater sharing 65 3, 47| freedom develops and as man becomes more aware of how, 66 3, 47| responsibility is a basic demand of man's nature, a concrete exercise 67 3, 47| making it possible for each man to become informed and to 68 3, 47| God who sets him free that man finds true freedom, renewed 69 4, 48| indifference, in the heart of every man there is a will to live 70 4, 50| them" 36. ~It is true that man; people, in the midst of 71 4, 52| problems that today face the man of faith and men of goodwill. 72 4, 52| concerted development of man are still fresh in people'


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