Issue 1807

Published Date : 2021-12-28
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The Legacy of Karl Marx

By: Giovanni Cucci, SJ

When asked about the criterion for recognizing the greatness of a philosopher, Hegel suggested we let two centuries pass and then consider what remains of their achievement. This adage can appropriately be applied to Karl Marx, one of Hegel’s best-known scholars. On the bicentennial of his birth, Marx continues to be talked about; although in the last 30 years in a less prominent way.[1] It is certainly difficult to take complete stock of what Marx represented and continues to represent....

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Big Data and Ethical Challenges

By: Michael Kelly, SJ

The poor in the 21st century, as well as the cash poor, are the ignorant, the naive and the exploited in a data-dominated world. With the controversy engulfing Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and their use of personal data displaying how deep and widespread the invasion of privacy for commercial gain really is, the Church is called to reflect and act, showing a preference and support for this new class of poor. She needs to inject thousands of years of ethical thinking...

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