May 19, 2000

The Italian bishops' conference has attacked the reform of Italy's state university system. In The Christian Community and the University, published by the conference's education commission, they say: "Our times are dominated by technocracy and models of having, producing and accumulating... only by adopting a stance that is genuinely humanistic and with courageous metaphysical openings, can the university escape technocratic insignificance."

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