Troska kard. Karola Wojtyły o wolność nauki

Jan Dyduch

Abstrakt


Karol Wojtyła as archbishop of Kraków defended freedom of Catholic scientific research demanding from civil communist authorities in Poland autonomy for Catholic and church universities and high schools.

It was his initiative to establish the Commission for Catholic Science and the Academic Council at Episcopal Conference in Poland. The main aim of the bodies was to protect independence of Catholic scientific research. Wojtyła as John Paul II, as the Shepard of the Universal Church, took care of the freedom of science in general.


Słowa kluczowe


Karol Wojtyła; John Paul II; the Commission for Catholic Science and the Academic Council at Episcopal Conference in Poland; freedom of science; communist dictatorship

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