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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Catholic Sociobiology: Nature, Communio, and Male Bonding

I. Catholic Sociobiology and Natural History
1  Introduction to Catholic Sociobiology: Chardin and de Lubac
2  Catholic Sociobiology: EO Wilson and Henri de Lubac
3  Catholic Culture as adaptation and natural selection
4  Getting the Universe Right
5  Man and Cosmos: A Review of Remi Brague
6  God, Nature, and Violence
7  When God Created Matter
8  Was there an Adam and Eve?   8a  Max Planck on God, Religion, and Science

II. Communio Theology
9    Being as Communion: John Zizoulas
10  Communio theology: Rowland and Popes
11  Marital Love: Three Popes     11a Trinity Sunday and Masculine Communio

III. Patriarchy, Fraternity, and Communio
12  Patriarchal Fraternity and the Original Mission of Adam
13. Consecrating Masculine Fraternity
14. What is an Apostolic Church?
15  Fraternity as Political Category
16  Russell Hittinger and the Polity in Catholic Social Teaching
17 Fatherhood, Filiation and Fraternity: Scripture on the Beloved Son and Brotherhood

IV. Visual and Liturgical Representation 
of Catholic Sociobiology
18  Icons of Catholic Sociobiology
19  Apostolic Fraternity and Marian Femininity (two audio-talks with visuals)
20  Feasts of Communio: Trinity and Corpus Christi
21  Eucharist in Holy Week: Space/Time/Person

V. Nature of Religion
22  The Sacred as Reality: Mircea Eliade
23  Idea of the Holy: Rudolph Otto
24  Durkheim and Douglas: Religion as the Solidarity of Shared Classifications
25  Mary Douglas: Purity as Danger and How Institutions Think

VI. Liturgy, Culture and Character
26  Liturgical Theology: Chan and Schmemann
27  Liturgical Theology: Fagerberg, Kavanaugh, Schmemann
28  Authority, Character, Culture: Lasch, Adorno, and Rief

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