TMCE 8004 Human Sexuality (Fall: 3 )
The course studies human sexuality in light of the contributions that come from human experience and human sciences, biblical scholarship, theological insights and debates, and the Catholic Magisterium. Personal dimensions (e.g., bodiliness, development, orientation, identity, affectivity), social components (e.g., gender, economic dynamics), and historical shifts will be highlighted. The anthropological, hermeneutic, and phenomenological approaches that will be privileged allow us to discuss behaviors and practices critically and to strengthen and promote virtuous and just relationships.
Instructor(s): Andrea Vicini, S.J.
Last Updated: 07-Dec-13