The Annual Society of Christian Ethics 1991

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: 9780878403257
  • Publisher: Georgetown University Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/1991
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Editor's Preface

Presidential Address

Power Analysis: A Neglected Agenda in Christian Ethics
Larry L. Rasmussen

Selected Papers

The Christian in the Crowded Public Square: The Hidden Tension between Prophecy and Democracy
Gerrit G. de Kruijf

Rights of Nature or Dignity of Nature?
Wolfgang Huber

Moral Discourse in the Debate over the Return of Native American Burial Remains
Joel Zimbelman

The Economic Rights Debate: the End of One Argument, the Beginning of Another
Darryl M. Trimiew

Bridge Discourse on Wage Justice: Roman Catholic and Feminist Perspectives on the Family Living Wage
Christine Firer Hinze

Human Experience and Women's Experience: Resources for Catholic Ethics
Susan L. Secker

Religion, Science, and Ethics: Schleiermacher's Study of the Structure of Mind
John P. Crossley Jr.

The Politics of Empowerment: Ethical Paradigms in a Feminist Critique of Critical Social Theory
Marsha Hewitt

Faith, Ideology, and Power: Toward an Ecumenical, Post-Marxist Method in Christian Ethics
Charles C. West

Public Discourse and the Sexual Self
Ann Swahnberg and Merlyn E. Mowrey

Professional Resources

Introduction: Resources Neglected and at Hand
J. Giles Milhaven

Ethics and Another Knowing of Good and Evil
J. Giles Milhaven

Towards an Ethic of Shared Selfhood
Diana Fritz Cates

The Moral Landscapes of Embodiment
Elizabeth Bettenhausen

The Persistence of World Renunciation in Moral Theory
Ruth Smith

Contributors

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