Testimony gives something to be interpreted.
Testimony should be a philosophical problem and not limited to legal or historical contexts where it refers to the account of a witness who reports what he has seen.
On a cosmic scale, our life is insignificant, yet this brief period when we appear in the world is the time in which all meaningful questions arise.
There has always been a hermeneutic problem in Christianity because Christianity proceeds from a proclamation.
Hope, insofar as it is hope of resurrection, is the living contradiction of what it proceeds from and what is placed under the sign of the Cross and death.
Man is this plural and collective unity in which the unity of destination and the differences of destinies are to be understood through each other.
The text is a limited field of possible constructions.
Testimony demands to be interpreted because of the dialectic of meaning and event that traverses it.
The moral law commands us to make the highest possible good in a world the final object of all our conduct.