Christian-Marxist Dialogue and the Otherworld

Part of the The Boston College Studies in Philosophy book series (BCSP, volume 2)


In this paper our intention is to examine dialogue from the point of view of those who have hitherto been strangely invisible. One might call them the “silent partners” in the dialogue movement. These are the peoples of what is often called the “third world,” the “backward countries,” etc.1 By whatever name they be known, they have been singularly absent from the dialogue scene.


Social Consciousness Historical Materialism Human Object Vital Force Ethical Agent 
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© Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands 1969

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