Raimon Panikkar

Raimon Panikkar’s humanism perceives the fullness of the man in the plurality of cultures, while denouncing the shattering of the being.

Among the greatest contemporary thinkers, he partakes in the great traditions of the west and the East, perceiving in the signs of times the dilemma that humanity has in front: “either there is a radical change of civilization, of the sense of the human, or a catastrophe of cosmic proportions”.

We can get out of this, according to his reflections, only recovering the perpetuity of the dialogue between the finite and the infinite, between the man and the Cosmos, which the sacredness of life is nourished by.