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Social Ethics

Elsbernd, Mary
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) Theological Studies. 66: 137-158.

The survey addresses recent publications in five areas: (1) foundational resources and approaches; (2) Catholic social thought; (3) faith and public life; (4) reconciliation and social conflict; and (5) environmental and economic ethics. Recurring issues include:
praxis-based approaches, the common good and human rights, religion’s role in public life, restorative justice, as well as attention to
the marginalized. Author’s abstract.


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