Political Order and the Plural Structure of Society

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Question of Pluralism 1
Pt. 1 History, The Unfolding of Society, and Human Fulfillment
Ch. I The Weight of History: An Introduction to the Readings 31
Ch. II Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790) 37
Ch. III Unbelief and Revolution (1847) 53
Ch. IV Community in Historical Perspective (1868) 79
Ch. V Political Thought from Gerson to Grotius (1907) 97
Ch. VI Doing Theology in a Revolutionary Situation (1975) 115
Pt. 2 Subsidiarity, Natural Law, and the Common Good
Ch. VII The Recent Catholic Tradition: An Introduction to the Readings 137
Ch. VIII Rerum Novarum (1891) 143
Ch. IX Quadragesimo Anno (1931) 161
Ch. X Man and the State (1951) 175
Ch. XI The Political Community (1965) 197
Ch. XII Economic Justice for All (1986) 207
Pt. 3 Sphere Sovereignty, Creation Order, and Public Justice
Ch. XIII Progressive Calvinism: An Introduction to the Readings 229
Ch. XIV The Antirevolutionary Program (1873, 1880) 235
Ch. XV Roots of Western Culture (1959) 265
Ch. XVI Scriptural Religion and Political Task (1961) 299
Ch. XVI The United States Constitution and the Rights of Religion (1981) 315
Ch. XVIII Christian Politics in a Global Context (1977, 1980) 333
Pt. 4 Three Views of Social Pluralism: A Critical Evaluation
Ch. XIX History, the Unfolding of Society, and Human Fulfillment 357
Ch. XX Subsidiarity, Natural Law, and the Common Good 377
Ch. XXI Sphere Sovereignty, Creation Order, and Public Justice 397
Epilogue 419
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