The Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics 1993

Overview

The Annual, the journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, offers access to a wide variety of the most recent work in Christian and religious ethics. It is an essential source for student and faculty to keep abreast of new developments in the discipline and to locate sources for research.

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Overview

The Annual, the journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, offers access to a wide variety of the most recent work in Christian and religious ethics. It is an essential source for student and faculty to keep abreast of new developments in the discipline and to locate sources for research.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780878403271
  • Publisher: Georgetown University Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/1993
  • Pages: 312
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Editor's Preface

Presidential Address

Power and Political Community
Joseph L. Allen

Selected Papers

The Internal Logic of Justice
Richard L. Fern

Liberalism and Agape: The Priority of Charity to Democracy and Philosophy
Timothy P. Jackson

Ethics and Inculturation: The Scope and Limits of Rights' Discourse
William O'Neill, SJ

To Be Called Beloved: Womanist Ontology in PostModern Refraction
Emilie M. Townes

Political Culture and the Future of Europe
Wolfgang Huber

Biotic Rights and Human Ecological Responsibilities
James A. Nash

Environmental Ethics: Some Challenges for Christians
Holmes Rolston III

Appropriation and Reciprocity in the Doing of Feminist and Womanist Ethics
(with an introduction by Emilie M. Townes)
Katie Geneva Cannon and Kristine A. Culp

The Casuistry of John Major: Nominalist Professor of Paris (1506-1531)
James F. Keenan, SJ

The Use of Zairian Children in HIV Vaccine Experimentation: A Cross-Cultural Study in Medical Ethics
Thomas A. Nairn

Professional Resources

Present and Future Directions in Comparative Religious Ethics: Introduction
Bruce Grelle, James F. Smurl, and Douglas Sturm

Curriculum Perspectives in Comparative Religious Ethics: A Critical Examination of Four Paradigms
Sumner B. Twiss

Comparative Religious Ethics As a Form of Critical Inquiry
Bruce Grelle

Stories from the South: The Voices of Latin American Women
June O'Connor

The World's Parliament of Religion, Then and Now: From Social Gospel to Multiculturalism
Dennis P. McCann

Comparative Religious Ethics: Bibliographic Resources
William H. Jennings

Contributors

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