Marxist and Christian: MacIntyre and the Postmodern University

Jeffrey, David Lyle
October 2011
Nova et Vetera (English Edition);Fall2011, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p967
Academic Journal
The article presents information on Marxism and Christianity and its impact on the western culture along with the liberation theology. It is stated that the liberation theology gained less of foothold in Europe because of the presence of political deterioration of Marxism and social marginalization of Christianity in Europe. The article further mentions that philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre began as a Marxist and ended as a Christian.


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