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2012 | 2 | 101-118
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A teologia do estranho: pelo sentido e evolução

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Alien theology: meaning and evolution
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These two aspects lead us to Alien hermeneutics. It has allowed for the lecture on the basics of xenology – philosophy of an Alien. There is also Alien hermeneutics which describes signs in a "xenological sense", real and fictitious, a parable about faultless behaviour. The Good Samaritan showing mercy not in an eschatological sense, but for the first time in a soteriological sense and finally in a plesiológica sense. There is a question what is the paradigm for eco-humanisation by "esplancnofania" of the Good Samaritan who took care of the man lying helpless by the roadside. Dehumanisation works in much the opposite fashion as humanisation of healthcare, because it expresses "xenofobic" experiences in the doctor-patient relation. It will reach neither the true plesiológico meaning nor grandeur "esplancnofania" of the Good Samaritan.
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