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    • G énero en la Cooperació n al Desarrollo [Gender in Development Cooperation]

      Tamayo, Giulia; Delso, Ana; López, Irene; Navarro, Natalia (ACSUR-Las Segovias, 2003)
      "Para comenzar, decir que el título de esta intervención “Género y Desarrollo en el marco de los Derechos Humanos”, propuesto por ACSUR, es muy acertado. Porque difícilmente se puede entender la relación entre género y desarrollo, si no se integra el debate de los Derechos Humanos. Mi intervención tiene el propósito de ofrecer información y herramientas básicas en tres momentos sucesivos. En un primer momento, a modo de introducción, propongo revisar los antecedentes históricos y corrientes que contribuyeron a la formación de ese cuerpo teórico que actualmente se reconoce como enfoque de género.En un segundo momento, abordaré un conjunto de categorías y conceptos básicos que el enfoque de género emplea como herramientas para captar y proponer cambios sobre la realidad. Finalmente me detendré en los tipos de intervenciones que en materia de desarrollo y/o respecto de objetivos relativos a los derechos humanos de las mujeres se han desplegado por diversos actores y agencias". ["To begin , say the title of this paper "Gender and Development in the Human Rights Framework "proposed by ACSUR , is very successful. because can hardly understand the relationship between gender and development , if not integrated the discussion of Human Rights. My intervention is intended to provide basic information and tools three successive times . At first , by way of introduction , I propose review historical and current background that contributed to the formation of this theoretical body that is now recognized as one seconds ' gender approach moment, I will discuss a set of categories and concepts basic approach gender used as tools to capture and propose changes on reality. Finally I will look at the types of interventions in development and / or for purposes relating to the human rights of women have deployed by various actors and agencies".]
    • G192 rehabilitates the Globe

      Egom, Peter (2008-10-10)
    • G20杭州共识:标本兼治良方关键在执行["THE G20 HANGZHOU SUMMIT: TAKING ACTION IS THE KEY TO MAKE CHANGE"]

      李, 仲周 (中国国际经济技术交流中心, 2016-10)
      G20杭州峰会在推动全球治理方面发挥着日益重要的作用,但是"杭州共识"必须变成多边规则,才能有法律保障,才能有持久效应。G20杭州峰会于9月4-5日召开,经二十国最高领导人两天紧密协商,就推动世界经济强劲、可持续、平衡和包容增长一揽子政策和措施达成广泛共识,被誉为"杭州共识"。这无疑为救治2008年金融危机导致的全球经济长期低迷不振的"顽疾"开出了一剂标本兼治的"良方",
    • G20贸易投资合作开启新阶段[G20 COOPERATION ON TRADE AND INVESTMENT ENTERED INTO A NEW PHASE]

      雷, 蒙 (中国国际经济技术交流中心, 2016-08)
      7月9日至10日,二十国集团(G20)贸易部长会议在上海举行,会议不仅达成了G20历史上首个贸易部长声明,还批准了贸易投资工作组工作职责、全球贸易增长战略、全球投资政策制定原则等三项成果。在笔者看来,这意味着G20贸易投资领域工作进入实质性发展的新阶段。
    • Gabriella Gelardini i la carta als Hebreus [Gabriella Gelardini and the letter to the Hebrews]

      Cervera I Valls, Jordi (Facultat de Teologia de Catalunya, 2009)
      "Parlar de la doctora Gabriella Gelardini, de la Facultat de Teologia de la Universitat de Basel, és parlar d’una lluminosa irrupció en el camp dels investigadors de la Carta als Hebreus. La seva capacitat, correcció, gentilesa i diligència l’han convertida en una eficaç catalitzadora de l’activitat que despleguen els estudiosos d’aquest escrit neotestamentari" ["Speaking of Dr. Gabriella Gelardini of the Faculty of Theology of the University Basel is talk of a bright explosion in the field of researchers Letter to the Hebrews. Its capacity, accuracy, courtesy and diligence have made an effective catalytic activity of scholars who deployed this article New Testament"]
    • Gadamer-Habermas Debate and Universality of Hermeneutics

      Negru, Teodor (AXIS Fundation, University “Al.I.Cuza” Iassy, 2007)
      We can talk about universality of hermeneutics in two ways which correspond to the two big directions in the development of this discipline. In the first place, we can say that the aim of the hermeneutics is to establish a universal method for texts interpretation. The second meaning of universality of hermeneutics can be found in Heidegger‘s philosophy, who said that understanding is a phenomenon constituent to human beings. In this conception interpretation is not limited only to the text, it becomes a way in which we relate to the world. In the first case, we talk about a normative or a methodic hermeneutics (from Antiquity to the nineteenth century), in the second case, we have a phenomenological or philosophical hermeneutics (in the twentieth century).
    • Gadamer’s Hermeneutics as a Challenge of Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue

      Gmainer-Pranzl, Franz (Núcleo de Estudos e Pesquisa do Protestantismo da Escola Superior de Teologia, 2013)
      "“Hermeneutics” is not only a topic of philosophical symposiums, but also of interreligious meetings for dialogue, as it was the case with a congress which took place in St. Gabriel (Vienna) in 2008;1 it dealt with questions, which for intercultural encounters, as well as for theological dialogues between Muslims and Christians, are of great importance. Reading and interpreting ancient religious texts that represent a specific claim has, in the context of current global developments and changes, proven to be a great challenge. This in turn, constantly also stirs up misunderstandings and conflicts. Several authors of the anthology have, in their contributions, committed themselves to this conflict and have referred to Gadamer’s hermeneutics, in particularly to his work Wahrheit und Methode, which was published 50 years ago and is amongst the most important philosophical contributions of the 20th century. Next to matters concerning art and aesthetics, law, history and philosophy, the topoi of theology are not in the least also an impetus for Gadamer, to reflect upon the understanding of and in language"
    • GAGASAN PLURALISME AGAMA PADA KAUM TEOSOFI INDONESIA (1901-1933)

      Bahri, Media Zainul (IAIN Mataram, 2013-12)
      This article elucidates the idea of religious pluralism among Indonesian theosophies society (MTI), an association of well-educated people of Nusantara from 1901 through 1933, whose members were dominated by the high-class of Javanese and Sumatran people, Dutch and other Europeans. It argues that MTI's ideas about pluralistic and inclusive religious perceptions and attitudes were indeed influenced by perennialism, religious humanism, Javanese Islam and Sufism that accepted religious pluralism. MTI's deep religious outlooks and insights resulted from mixed ideas coming from diverse socio-cultural backgrounds: Europe, America, India, China and indigenous Nusantara traditions which emphasizes the principles of harmony.
    • Gaia [Gaia]

      Rodríguez Fernández, Edna Constanza (Universidad El Bosque Departamento de Bioética, 2012)
      "La vida en el sistema GAIA, requiere para su análisis y comprensión del estudio sobre temáticas que incluyan aspectos amplios, referidos a las áreas del conocimiento que intervienen en este proceso. Por ello es interesante el estudio de la teoría del caos, combinada con la temática de la ecología clásica, a fin de plantear elementos que reconozcan la ecología profunda, como posibilidad para comprender el problema de la vida en términos de su afectación actual. El artículo plantea puntos de vista desde modelos sociales, económicos y tecnológicos, problematizando la permanencia de la vida en el sistema GAIA, lo que permite analizar la importancia que el soporte vital tiene, en términos de soporte ecosistémico, para el Homo sapiens y la responsabilidad de éste, como garante del fenómeno vital general" ["The life in the GAIA system requires for its analysis a comprehension of the topics study that includes wide aspects, referring to knowledge areas which are part of this process. Due to, is interesting the chaos theory studio associated with classic ecology subject, with the purpose to approach elements which recognize the deep ecology, as a possibility to realize the life’s problem in terms of its present affectation. This article poses points of perspectives from social, economic and technological models, questioning the life’s continuity in the GAIA system, analyzing the importance from the vital support, in relations to eco-systemic support, for the Homo sapiens and the responsibility from this, as a guarantor of the general vita phenomenon"]
    • Gaia sagrada [Sacred Gaia]

      Sbardelotto, Moisés (Instituto Humanitas Unisinos - IHU, 2010)
      "hipótese Gaia, ou a Teoria de Gaia, propõe que a biosfera e as demais esferas físicas da Terraestão intimamente integradas de modo a formar um complexo sistema interagente estável.Na visão da teóloga inglesa Anne Primavesi, a partir de seus estudos conjuntos com o autor daTeoria de Gaia, James Lovelock, Gaia (ou Mãe Terra, Pachamama etc.) é sagrada, assim comosuas inter-relações, que moldam aquilo que somos. “Uma valorização gaiana da criação vê as coisas como elas realmente são, como todos os seres vivos dependem uns dos outros tanto no tocante à possibilidade da vida quanto à sua qualidade”, afima Primavesi. Por isso, na teologia coevolutiva, cada organismo é valorizado pelo que é em si mesmo."
    • Gaia Spirituality

      Wilkinson, Loren (Religious & Theological Students Fellowship, 1993)
      "The Gaia hypothesis is first of all a serious scientific theory, suggested in the mid '70s in several papers by James Lovelock and Lynn Margulis, and seriously set forth in 1979 by Lovelock in his book Gaia: A New Look at Life. A mark of the seriousness with which the theory has been taken is that the American Geophysical Union, an international association of geologists and geochemists, devoted its entire 1988 conference to discussion of the idea. At that meeting, though the idea received vigorous criticism, it received equally vigorous support, and continues as a fertile hypothesis linking the concerns of those who study the earth with the concerns of those who study its life. "
    • Gaining visibility through theory

      Azhagarasan, Rajamanickam (Open Humanities press, 2009)
      "Dynamic in form, this anthology addresses two significant issues pertaining to literary and cultural studies. Through a range of genres— theoretical prose, testimonial narrative, interrogative essay and engaging interviews—it addresses the academic, aesthetic and market perspectives on the production and reception of literatures of India, as well as the problems regarding authenticity. Contributors of this anthology have tried to overcome the binary of English/Bhasha writing, diasporic/native experience, and offer new perspectives on the relation between literature and culture, by looking at “what makes for the heterogeneity of Indian English literature” (9). They do so by talking about the challenges involved in translating texts/experiences to meet the demands of the market. The contributors consider translation as a mediation of languages, writers and audiences (xiii) and examine the role of culture in shaping the production and reception of literatures. Having begun as a pre-conference round-table at the annual South Asia conference in Madison, the project of the book is viewed by the editors and some of the contributors as a response to Rushdie’s immature remarks (1997) and Naipaul’s dismissive comments (2002) on what has now come to be regarded as “bhasha literatures.” (Rushdie said that Indian English writers have contributed more than the writers of 18 Indian regional languages, while Naipaul stated that there are no good bhasha writers on par with Indian English writers.) This specific location gives a radical design to this anthology by reflecting upon what the editors prefer to call “the language debates of India,” referring to the relationship between English and bhasha literatures. Contrary to the radical voice assumed by the editors, the lone contributor representing bhasha literature, Mahesh Elkunchwar, humbly says: “It is very difficult to write in English about certain things Indian” (84). He raised questions about how many Indian English writers speak and write in their native languages and read their own bhasha literatures."(pg 1)
    • Galatians 2:11–21 And The Interpretive Context Of “Works Of The Law”

      Scacewater, Todd (Evangelical Theological Society, 2013)
      "Christian theologians throughout church history have unanimously interpreted Gal 2:15–21 as a polemic against Peter’s actions in Antioch recorded in 2:11–14. This traditional interpretation sees Peter implying works righteousness through his withdrawal from table fellowship with the Gentiles, hence Paul’s confrontation of Peter and his subsequent argument in Gal 2:15–21 about justification coming through faith in Christ, not works of the law. The phrase “works of the law” in 2:16 has been understood as what Paul attributes to Peter in Antioch. Hence, “works of the law” refers to either meritorious works in general, or to works commanded in Torah"
    • Galatians as Dialogical Response to Opponents

      Brinsmead, Bernard (Andrews University, 1979)
      This thesis seeks to discover the center of Galatians, its unique theological statement, by approaching the question from the perspective of the dialogical nature of the letter as a piece of literature, and the theology of the opponents with which it is dialogical. The context of a piece of literature is essential to its being understood. When a letter is as obviously disputative as is Galatians, a vital part of that context must be the opponents who have called it forth. The review of literature reveals that the identity of the opponents in Galatia remains "problematic." Two things in particular stand in the way of an assessment of their theology. Internally there is the question of the manner in which the parts of the letter relate to each other, the way the argument moves, and the portions of the letter from which the intruding theology can be assessed. Externally there is the debate concerning the source or sources of the "heresy," and of the Galatians' behavior. Suggestions range from "normative Pharisaic Judaism" to "enthusiastic Hellenistic Paganism."
    • Galceran Albanell, "mestre de prínceps" [Galcerán Albanell "master of princes"]

      Serra i Puig, Eva (Facultat de Teologia de Catalunya, 2013)
      "Notícies inèdites econòmiques i personals sobre l’humanista Galceran Albanell. La documentació patrimonial dels Albanell es troba, per raons poc aclarides, en el fons de la Generalitat de l’Arxiu de la Corona d’Aragó – Arxiu Reial de Barcelona. Aquesta documentació permet d’observar les bases econòmiques, familiars i clientelars dels Albanell i la gestió del patrimoni al costat de les seves connexions cortesanes; també permet de verificar que llur caràcter de funcionaris del rei no suposà en el segle XVI l’abandó del català com a llengua per a l’ús de la gestió del seu patrimoni. A inicis del segle XVII, aquestes nissagues urbanes, cultes, vinculades a l’humanisme i a la cort tendeixen a difuminar- se de Catalunya com a nucli significatiu, i els Albanell poden considera-se’n un exemple" ["News on the unprecedented economic and personal humanist Galcerán Albanell. documentation Albanell of heritage is, for reasons recently clarified in the background of the Government's Archive the Crown of Aragon - Royal Archive of Barcelona. This documentation allows to observe the rules economic, family and patronage of heritage management and Albanell next connections courtesans; also allows you to verify that their character officials did not mean the king sixteenth century the abandonment of Catalan as a language for use in the management of its assets. At the beginning of the century XVII these lineages urban cults linked to humanism and the court tend to difuminar- Catalonia is the core of meaningful and Albanell can consider them an example"]
    • Galicia [Galicia]

      Currás, Anxo F.; Cal, Rosa (Centro de Evangelio y Liberación, 2014)
      "GALICIA ES AGUA en un inmenso porcentaje. Esta afirmación no es subjetiva, sólo recordando algunos datos reafirmaremos lo que muchos saben. Galicia situada al extremo occidental de la Península, anuncia el “finis terrae” allá : en el agua. Su extensión no alcanza los 30 mil kilómetros cuadrado, pero sus costas miden más de 1.500 kilómetros, bordados en puntillas recortadas que albergan cientos de islas e islotes. Fue el agua del océano la que dio forma ondulada, desgastando sus costas" ["GALICIA IS WATER in a huge percentage. This statement is not subjective, just remembering some data reaffirm what many know. Galicia located at the western end of the peninsula, announces the "finis terrae" beyond: in the water. Its area is less than 30,000 square kilometers, but their costs are more than 1,500 kilometers, embroidered lace trimmed harboring hundreds of islands and islets. It was the ocean water which gave wavy, wearing their coasts"]
    • GALILEA AÑO 30 [GALILEE YEAR 30]

      Bravo Gallardo, Carlos (1989)
      "Este libro nace como exigencia de otro anterior, Jesús, hombre en conflicto, en el que sugeríamos que el conflicto es una clave de lectura imprescindible para comprender el Evangelio de Marcos y su teología de la cruz como lugar de la revelación de Jesús como Hijo de Dios [...] Por eso, aunque ha sido bastante aceptado por el público y por la crítica, [... ] la conciencia de que no es un libro fácil de leer para el público medio y popular, que es para quienes quise profundizar el evangelio me urgía a hacer algo más asequible. "
    • Galilea como clave de la lectura para Marcos [Galilee as key to reading Mark ]

      Mulford Woodruff, Archibald (DEI - RECU, 2009)
      "Galilea es uno de los temas del Evangelio de Marcos que ya fue comentado bastante en el pasado por parte de Marxsen. En años recientes hubo un buen número de investigaciones arqueológicas e históricas sobre Galilea. Este artículo explora de nuevo el tema, demostrando que aquello que ya fue dicho antes sobre Galilea en Marcos es compartible con los resultados de las nuevas investigaciones; más aún el tema sale fortalecido. En el camino, una nueva propuesta es hecha respecto a la Abominación de la Desolación." "Galilee is one of the central themes of the Gospel of Mark, which was commented on in the past by Marxsen. In more recent years, there has been a surge of archeological and historical research on Galilee itself. The present article explores the theme anew, demonstrating that what was said earlier about Galilee in Mark is compatible with the results of the more recent research, if not actually strengthened by it. On the way, a new proposal is made regarding the Abomination of Desolation."
    • Galileo and the Inquisition

      Carroll, William E. (Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center for the Study of Religion and Society, 1999)
      The story of Galileo's encounter with the Inquisition in the early 17th Century continues to be an important part of the story of modernity. Galileo is frequently seen as breaking with the scientific heritage of Aristotle to found a new science of nature and, in the process, he also had to do battle with an entrenched biblical literalism in the Catholic Church. According to the generally accepted view, Galileo's break with both Aristotle and the Inquisition is a founding feature of modern culture. This essay challenges such a view and argues that Galileo's science, at least in its principles, is Aristotelian in inspiration, and that Galileo and the theologians of the Inquisition shared first principles concerning both the complementarity of faith and reason as well as the authority of the Church to be the authentic interpreter of the truths of scripture. In fact, the controversy between Galileo and the Inquisition would be unintelligible were it not the case that all parties shared common first principles.