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COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF

SEBASTIAN KAPPEN

Books
• 1972
(1) Viswasathilninnu Viplavathilekk (Malayalam)
• 1973
(1) Nalathekkoru Laingika Sadacharam (Malayalam)
• 1977
(1) Jesus and Freedom, [JF 77], Orbis Books, Maryknoll, New York
• 1983
(1) Marxian Atheism,[MA 83] published by the author, Bangalore
(2) Jesus and cultural revolution- an Asian perspective, [JCR 83],
Build, Bombay
• 1985
(1) Jesus Today (editor and co-author), [JT 85], AICUF, Madras;
substance of the Quest and the Questions, Chapter 1, in [JF 77]
• 1986
(1) Liberation Theology and Marxism,[LTM 86], Asha Kendra, Pun-
thamba
• 1988
(1) Paristhithi-Samskruthi (Malayalam)
• 1989
(1) Marxian Darsanathinu Oramukham (Malayalam)
• 1991
(1) Kalasrushtiyude Uravidam trans. (Malayalam)
• 1992
(1) The Future of Socialism and Socialism of the Future, [TFS 92],
Visthar, bangalore
(2) Pravachanam Prathisamskruthi (Malayalam)
• 1993
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(1) Socialisathinte Bhavi (Malayalam)


• 1994
(1) Tradition Modernity Counterculture, [TMC 94], Visthar, Banga-
lore
(2) Irupathonnam Noottandinoru Prathisamskruthi (Malayalam)
• 1999
(1) Akraistavanaya Yesuvine Thedi
• 2000
(1) Hindutva and Indian Religious Traditions, [HIRT 2000], Manusham
Publications, Rubynagar, Changanassery
• 2001
(1) Divine Challenge and Human Response: Kappen Reader 1, [DCHR
01] CSS, Thiruvalla
• 2002
(1) Jesus and Culture, Selected Writings of Sebastian Kappen S. J.,
Vol. I, ISPCK
(2) Jesus and Society, Selected Writings of Sebastian Kappen S. J.,
Vol. II, ISPCK
• 2003
(1) Towards a Holistic Cultural Paradigm, Kappen Reader II, CSS,
Tiruvalla

Essays in English
• 1964
(1) “The Eucharist and the Quest of India for a New Vision of His-
tory”, in India and the Eucharist, Lumen Institute, Ernakulam
[TEQI 64]
• 1968
(1) “Theological Reflections on Christian Participation in Social Work”,
[TRCP 68], paper read at the Jesuit Educational Seminar, May
1968, Bombay., Published in Vaidikamitram; and in Review for
Religious, 4/28, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
• 1969
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(1) “Church and the Challenge of Social Revolution in Kerala”,[CCSR


69], Vaidikamitram, 1/3, pp. 25-44
(2) “The Role of the Church in National Development”, [TRC 69] ,
Clergy Monthly, Feb. 1969; Vidya Jyoti, Vol. 33, pp. 59-75, 1969
(3) “In Defense of an Indigenous Rite for Kerala”, [IDIRK 69] ,
Vaidikamitram, 2(1969)
(4) “Rite Pluralism in Kerala”, [RPK 69] , Vaidikamitram, 2(1969),
pp.17-34
(5) “Christian Participation in Social Work”, [CPSW 69] , Review
for Religious, 4/28, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A, 28(1969), 586-594
• 1970
(1) “Christianity as Liberation”, Rally 47, Dec. 1970, 12-13
• 1971
(1) “The Christian and the Call to Revolution”, Jeevadhara, 1971,
29-45
• 1972
(1) “Christianity and India’s Development”, Jeevadhara ,1972, 47-62
• 1973
(1) “The Future of Christian Education and the Christian Education
of the Future”, Jeevadhara, 3, Jan 1973, 57 - 65
(2) “The goals of revolution”, Religion and society, 20:1, March 1973,
pp. 51-61
(3) “Dialogue with Non-believers”, The New Leader, Dec. 1973
• 1974
(1) “The Jesus-fellowship”, Jeevadhara ,pp. 190-198,1974; in [JS 02]
• 1975
(1) “Values in Crisis: A Socio-philosophical Analysis of the Indian
Situation”, Jeevadhara, 27, Jan -Feb 1975, 12 - 23 [ cf. “The
Challenge of Liberation” in [JF 77]; in [JC 02]
(2) “Jesus Today”, Jeevadhara, May-June 1975, 169-181; substance
of “The Quest and the Questions”, Chapter 1, Jesus and Freedom,
1977
• 1976
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(1) “The Man Jesus: Rupture and Communion”, Religion and Soci-
ety, 23:3, Sep 1976, 66 - 76; in [JS 02]
• 1977
(1) “On the Look Out For Him”, findings of the AICUF National
Seminar, Kerala Zone, held at Thevara, Cochin, 29 Dec. 1976 to
2 January 1977, published in The Rally, March, 1977
(2) “A New Approach to Theological Education”, presented at the
Senate Meeting of the Serampore University, 1976 and at the
Seminar held in Poona on Oct 26-30, 1978, published in The-
ologizing in India, Amaldos M.(ed.),Theological Publications in
India(TPI), Bangalore, 560055, 1981, 57- 69; in [JF 77]; in [JS 02]
(3) “The Marxist and Christian Dialectics of Liberation”, Journal of
Dharma, Bangalore, January 1977, Vol. 2, No. 1, 53-67; pub-
lished in Liberation Theology and Marxism, 1986
(4) “Towards a Strategy of Socialist Reconstruction”, Socialist Per-
spectives, Dec. 78
(5) “How Socialist is the Economic Policy of Janatha Party?”, S.
Kappen (ed.), Janatha Party’s Economic Policy- a Critique, Fel-
lowship for Justice Concerns, P.O.Box 4600, 17, Millers Road,
Bangalore
• 1979
(1) “Freedom from Political Domination- Biblical Perspective”, Reli-
gion and Society, 26:3, Sep 1979, 4-19
(2) “Marxism in the Indian Context”, Socialist Perspectives, Feb.
1979; Human Liberation In the Indian Context, Jnana-Deepa
Vidyapeeth, Pune, January, 1983 [THE 4]
(3) “The Church as the Bearer of New Values”, in Mathai Zacharia
(ed.), Seeking Christ in India Today, National Christian Council
of India, 1979; also in [JS 02]
(4) “Report of the Activities of Centre for Social Reconstruction Dur-
ing the Year 1979”
(5) “Orientations for an Asian Theology”, paper originally presented
at the Asian theological conference, Wennappuwa, Sri Lanka, Jan
7-20, 1979; Logos, Colombo, 20(1979), 22-36; Virginia Fabella,
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Asia’s Struggle for Full Humanity, Orbis, 1980, 108-122; revised


text, “Orientations for a Theology of Integral Freedom”, in [LTM
86]; in [JC 02]
(6) “Church, Liberation Theology and Marxism”, Vaidikamitram, 18(1979)
97-122
(7) “Ecumenism and Freedom”, presented at a meeting of Jesuit ecu-
menists held at Barcelona, Spain, Aug 1979, published in Jeevad-
hara No. 57, 1980, 217-229; published as “Towards an Ecumenism
without Domination”, in [LTM 86]; also in [JS 02]
• 1980
(1) “Socialism Through Community Action”, Socialist Perspectives ,
Sept. 1980, 1-16
(2) “The Present Cultural Crisis: analysis and prognosis”, Socialist
Perspectives, Jan 1980
• 1981
(1) “Censorship and the Future of Asian Theology”, Supplement to
ANAWIM, No. 29, 1-10
(2) “Revolution: For what? By whom?”, talk given in the East Asian
Partnership for Building Up Peoples’ Movements, held at Madras,
10-16 August 1981; first published in Towards a Perspective, As-
sociation for the Rural Poor, Madras, 1982, 14-29
• 1982
(1) “Religious Ideologies and Political Change”, Vaidikamitram, Jun
1982, 241-247, and July 1982, 297-304
(2) “Perspectives”, Negations, January 1982
(3) “Culture and Class Domination”, Negations 1, January 1982; en-
larged version in [TMC 94], chapter 2
(4) “Perspectives”, Negations, Apr- Jun 1982
(5) “The Philosophy of Marx – the Dialectical Method” , Negations
No. 2, April- June 1982, 17-25 and No. 3, Jul-Sep 1982, 21-30
(6) “Towards a Revolution of Symbols”, Negations, July- Sept. 1982;
Chap 3 in [TMC 94]
(7) “The Philosophy of Marx : the Dialectical Method” (cont.), Nega-
tions, July-Sept. 1982
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(8) “The Philosophy of Marx : Man - a Dialectical Being”, Negations


4, July-Sept 1982, 17-22
(9) “Jesus in the Indian Context”, presented at the Seminar on “the
Significance of Jesus for Asia”, held in Vidya Jyothi, Delhi, 23-25
April 1982
• (1) “Perspectives”, Negations, January - march 1983
(2) “The Philosophy of Marx: Alienation and the Dialectic of His-
tory”, Negations 6, Apr-Jun 1983, 13-19
(3) “Perspectives” (“How Not to be a Revolutionary?”), Negations ,
July - Sept 1983, 1-2
(4) “The Materialist Conception of History”, Negations 7, July-Sept
1983, 22-31
(5) “Perspectives”, Negations Oct - Dec. 1983
(6) “The Materialistic Conception of History and the Indian Reli-
gious Tradition”, Negations 8, Oct-Dec. 1983, 2-17; published in
[HIRT].
(7) “Perspectives” , Negations Oct - Dec. 1983
(8) “Marxist Christian Dialogue”, interview given to Benjamin, pub-
lished in Sunday Herald, Dec. 25, 1983; part published in [LTM],
1986
(9) “The Prophetic Role of the Christians in Contemporary India in
the World of Art”, an after-dinner talk at Papal Seminary, Poona.
(10) “Christian Response”, Seminar 284, Apr 1983, 25- 30
(11) “Perspectives”, Negations, Jan-Mar 1983
(12) “Perspectives”, Negations, Jul-Sep 1983
(13) “Perspectives”, Negations, Oct-Dec 1983
(14) “The Dialectic of History”, Jeevadhara, 1983, 52-61
• 1984
(1) “Perspectives” , Negations , Jan-mar 1984
(2) “Perspectives”, Negations , April- June 1984
(3) Dr. Kappen’s Response, [a critical response to Geetha Varadan’s
article in Negations, p. 317, no. 10, 1984] Negations 10 April-
June 1984, 31-34
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(4) “The Culture of Violence versus the Culture of Concern”, Nega-


tions, July- Sept 1984
(5) “The Dialectic of Tradition and Modernity I”, Negations 11, July-
Sept 1984, 27-33 and Oct-Dec 1984, 0-36; enlarged and revised
version in [TMC 94], chapter 1
(6) “Perspectives”, Negations, Oct- Dec 1984
(7) “Perspectives”, Negations, Oct-Dec 1984
(8) “The Dialectic of Tradition and Modernity II”, Negations, Oct-
Dec 1984
• 1985
(1) “Perspectives”, Negations , Jan-Mar, 1985
(2) “Indian Communism and the Challenge of Cultural Revolution”,
Negations 13, Jan-mar, 85, 12-25; As “Whither Indian Commu-
nism?” in [TFS 92]
(3) “Whither Indian Communism”, first published under the title
“Indian Communism and the Challenge of Cultural Revolution”,
Negations, No.13, Jan-Mar, 85, 36-49; reproduced in [TFS], 1992
(4) “In Search of a New God”, The Illustrated Weekly of India, Bom-
bay, June 9-15, 1985, 26-28; revised version “Why Liberation The-
ology” in [LTM], 1986
(5) “Church, Liberation Theology and Marxism”, Vaidikamitram, vol.
18, No. 4, Apr 1985, 97-122; reprinted In international commu-
nications Quarterly, No. 34, Brussels, June 1985; published in
[LTM], 1986
(6) “Auf dem wege zu einer indischen befreiungsstheologie, zeitschrift
fur missionswissenschaft und religionswissenschaft”, 69 jahrgang,
Oct 1985, Munster, 298-311; revised version for a contextual the-
ology of liberation In [LTM], 1986
• 1986
(1) “Jesus and the Oppressed of Today”, Voices From, Jan 86 (not
collected)
(2) “Roots of Liberation Theology Must be in the People”, NCC Re-
view, Jan 1986, 25-32
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(3) “Towards an Indian Theology of Liberation”, Paul Puthenangady


(ed.), Towards an Indian Theology of Liberation, ITA, NBCLC,
Bangalore, 1986 [THE 6]
• 1987
(1) “The Vedic World View and the Challenge of Ecological Libera-
tion”, paper presented at the workshop on “Theology and Social
Liberation”, organized by Pipal Tree, at the SCM House, Banga-
lore, 1987; published as “Vedic Orientations for a Relevant Ecos-
ophy, in [TMC 94], 60-77, also course material, ISI - TC, No.
36
• 1988
(1) “For a Revolution of Symbols”, Negations, Jul-Sep 1988,
• 1990
(1) “The Dialectic of Faith and Unfaith”, Jeevadhara , 20:116, May
1990, 169-173; in [JC 02]
(2) “Countercultural Perspectives for the Nineties”, paper presented
at the seminar on Counter-cultural Trends in India, 2-4 March
1990; published in [TMC 94], 50-59
(3) “Whither Religion? Whither Democracy?”, Oct. 31- 10 - 1990
(4) “Art and social Consciousness”, paper presented at the workshop
on “Art and social Change”, Bangalore, September, 1990; repro-
duced in [TMC 94], 1994
(5) “Modernity and Tradition”, J. I. Mehta (ed.), Philosophy and
Religion, essays in interpretation, ICPR, Delhi, 1990, 225-235
(6) “Theology of Liberation and Liberation from Theology”, Jeevad-
hara, June 1990;
• 1991
(1) “The Asian Search for a Liberative Theology”, “Theology and
Transformative Praxis” in , T. K. John (ed.), Bread and Breath,
Essays in Honour of Samuel Rayan S. J, Gujarat Sahitya Prakash,
1991; in [JC 02]
(2) “The Emerging Paradigm of Vision and Values”, ISI, Bangalore,
published in [TMC 94], 78-84
• 1993
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(1) “Toward an Indian Theology of Liberation”, in Leave the Tem-


ple, Felix Wilfred (ed.), Thiruchirappally, Carmel, Orbis, 1992,
146-157 [reproduced in Puthenangady (ed.), Towards an Indian
Theology of Liberation , 1985
(2) “Hindutva - Emergent Fascism ?”, in Muralidharan (ed.), Under-
standing Communalism, Visthar, Bangalore, 79-100; in [JC 02]
(3) “Beyond the Cult of the Dead God”, Jeevadhara, Vol. XXIII,
No. 135, May 1993
• 1994
(1) “Spirituality in the New Age of Recolonization”, Concilium-Internationa
Review of Theology, 4/1994, 27-35; also published by Visthar
Bangalore, 1995; in [JC 02]
(2) “Towards an Alternative Cultural Paradigm of Development”,
Lokayan Bulletin, Feb. 1994, published in [TMC], 95-105
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