Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics 1989

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288 pp., 6 x 9
ISBN: 9780878403240 (0878403248)

January 1989


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Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics 1989
Harlan Beckley, Editor

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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Table of Contents
Editor's Preface

Presidential Address
Truth and Political Leadership
Theodore R. Weber

Selected Papers

Self-Interest, Markets, and the Four Problems of Economic Life
Daniel Rush Finn

Loving Impartiality in Moral Cognition
Arthur J. Dyck

The Rhetoric of Hurt and Hope: Ethics Odd and Crucial
Walter Brueggemann

Obscenity, Communal Values, and the Law: Joel Feinberg and the Failure of Liberalism
M. Cathleen Kaveny

Ecological Concerns and the Anti-Foundationalist Debates: James Gustafson on Biospheric Constraints
William C. French

An Unlikely Dialogue: Barth and Business Ethicists on Human Work
Louke van Wensveen Siker

Catholicism and the Public Church: Recent U.S. Developments
John T. Pawlikowski, OSM

The Primacy of Abortion in the Moral Rhetoric of U.S. Catholic Bishops
Edward R. Sunshine

Discipleship and Social Ethics: Defining Boundaries for the Church of the Diaspora
Patricia A. Schoelles, SSJ

Beyond Liberalism and Communitarianism in Christian Ethics: A Critique of Stanley Hauerwas
Todd Whitmore

Professional Resources
The Ethics of Teaching Ethics: An Introduction
Gilbert Meilaender

The Ethics of Teaching Ethics: A Round Table Discussion
The Priority of Understanding
Ronald M. Green

Convicted Civility
Richard J. Mouw

Citizenship, Integrity, and Social Change
Lois Gehr Livezey

Presumption and Humility
Christine Gudorf

A More Spacious View of Human Intelligence
William F. May