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PEREZ NUNEZ, JUAN. Christian freedom in the relationship between Christology-antropology according to Walter Kasper theology. Veritas [online]. 2012, n.26, pp.147-163. ISSN 0718-9273. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-92732012000100007.
This article is developed in dialogue with modernity, recognizing in the theological doing of Walter Kasper an example of positive and critical reception of the concept of the «modern subject», but without ignoring its Christian roots. In Kasper's words, Christology over-pushes anthropology. Man is the subject that receiving his being in freedom, lives it as an open essence that finds in the god of Jesuschrist and in the verb make it flesh the biggest realization of the new humankind. Recognizing the person of Jesus Christ as the «concrete universal», man finds full path of humanization through obedient freedom in Jesus Christ expresses its full availability to the Father and to men.
Palabras clave : modern subject; Jesuschrist; pre-existing; pro-existing; freedom; open essence.