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Author Brazal, Agnes M.,
Title A theology of Southeast Asia : liberation-postcolonial ethics in the Philippines / Agnes M. Brazal.
Imprint Maryknoll, NY : Orbis Books, [2019]

Author Brazal, Agnes M.,
Series Duffy lectures in global Christianity.
Subject Christian ethics -- Catholic authors.
Christian ethics -- Philippines.
Postcolonial theology -- Philippines.
Liberation theology -- Philippines.
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 08, 2019).
Contents Part I: Post-vatican II contextual methodologies: Chapter one: From vernacular/liberation to postcolonial hermeneutics? -- Vernacular hermeneutics -- Liberationist ethics -- Postcolonializing discourses -- Chapter two: Discourse analysis in doing liberation-postcolonial theology -- Stuart Hall's discourse analysis-beyond culturalism -- Theorizing the theological-ethical praxis of Gawad Kalinga -- Part II: Liberation-postcolonial ethics contemporary themes -- Chapter three: Feminism in the Philippine Catholic church -- Historical background -- The problem of naming -- Key characteristics of Bai theology -- Reception of Bai theology -- Chapter four: Ecological cultural struggles of indigenous peoples: Toward sustainability as flourishing -- Land conflicts and the clash of worldviews -- Indigenous peoples' rights act (IPRA) -- Self-determination and cultural survival -- Indigenous peoples' sustainability as flourishing -- The role of the local church toward indigenous peoples' flourishing -- Chapter five: Migrant remittances as Utang na Loob: virtues and vices -- Remittance in the context of a gift economy -- Utang na Loob and a theology of gift -- Utang na Loob as a virtue -- Correlative vices: the lack and excesses related to Utang na Loob -- Neoliberal capitalism as structure of vice -- Toward structures of virtue -- Chapter six: Facebook and populism: reflections on cyberethics -- Duterte-a populist? key features of populism -- Populism as a threat to democracy? -- Facebook as enabler of populism -- Cyberethics in an age of populism -- Facebook and the challenge of the common good -- Reappropriating the cardinal virtues for social media use -- Recovering/reinventing hiya (shame) as virtue -- Epilogue -- Beyond the "local": Ethics within a community of moral discourse.
ISBN 1608337588 electronic book
9781608337583 electronic book
9781626982925 paperback
OCLC # 1055569856
Additional Format Print version: Brazal, Agnes M., author. Theology of Southeast Asia Maryknoll : Orbis Books, 2019 9781626982925 (DLC) 2018037253.

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