Having completed its first twenty-five years of history, the Francisco de Vitoria University wants to invite reflection about itself. First, he wonders what it means to be a university. Next, the consequences that should have the fact that it understands itself, since its foundation, as a university of Catholic inspiration. Finally, how should being a Catholic-inspired university affect it precisely now, on its campus in Pozuelo (Madrid, Spain), at the beginning of the third decade of the 21st century. To facilitate this reflection, the UFV uses the term open reason, coined by Benedict XVI, since it starts from the awareness that reason and faith, the human capacity to investigate and the Christian image of man, cannot be antithetical, but that they are capable of influencing each other in a virtuous circle of mutual improvement.
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