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Marcos Aguinis

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Doubts And Certainties

Doubts And Certainties

Synopsis

¿What topics of discussion can an agnostic intellectual and a catholic bishop have in common?
Religion, politics, history…but also love, friendship, loneliness, old age, faith, work, hope, power, ideals, ethics, and justice (or lack thereof.) Marcos Aguinis and Bishop Justo Laguna discuss all the issues relevant to contemporary man through a series of ground-breaking meetings that this intimate and yet public book compiles.

These two charismatic personalities from the argentine intelligentsia analyze the present state of the country in an extended debate that is a welcome addition to the success of the previously published “Dialogues…”.
In the course of a new conversation, they dissect with intelligence and irreverence the ups and downs of the country’s leadership, as well as the disappointments and expectations of the common people.

Doubts and Certainties is an eclectic, personal, rich and thoughtful collection of observations, ideas, and inspiration. This must-read dialogue between two great men shows that dissent –when it is well founded and respectful– can also lead us to understanding and rapport. This is a fundamental book for any contemporary library.

  • Title Doubts And Certainties
  • Genre Essay
  • Year 2001
  • Editorial Sudamericana
  • Together with Bishop Justo Laguna
  • Pages 320
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