The crisis of religion in Europe is not explained, if we limit ourselves to the only sociological aspect of the phenomenon. Beyond the sociological analysis, we must consider the anthropological dimension of the phenomenon. In effect, the essay proposed here demonstrates that anthropological mutation in man is the cause of both the crisis of religion and the return of religion. A return that documents the self-conscious passage from a positivized reality to a transcendalized reality in which man reacquires his affective dimension and his heart.
Keywords anthropological mutation, theology of liberation, sociology of religion, inter-religious dialogue
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