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Proportionalism : the American debate and its European roots

Author: Bernard Hoose
Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : Georgetown University Press, ©1987.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Showing the writings of European moral theologians and the writings of their American colleagues, this title uncovers various confusions that have bedeviled the argument while revealing how important  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Hoose
ISBN: 0878404554 9780878404551 0878404546 9780878404544
OCLC Number: 15489142
Description: xii, 159 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: How It Began --
A Start But Not A Start --
A New Beginning Made Possible --
A New Beginning --
The Moral Goodness/ Moral Rightness Distinction --
Moral Rightness And Moral Goodness In The Early Contributions To The Debate --
Moral Rightness And Goodness In Later European Works --
American Proportionalists And The Rightness/Goodness Distinction --
The Rightness/Goodness Distinction In The Antiproportionalism Camp In The United States --
What Lies Behind The Confusion --
The Teleology/ Deontology Distinction --
What Did The Philosopher Say? --
Where Does Proportionalism Fit In? --
Teleology, Deontology And Theological Tradition --
The Direct/ Indirect Distinction --
Intrinsic Evil --
The Importance Of The Direct/Indirect Distinction For Some Opponents Of Proportionalism --
Some Counterarguments From The Proportionalist Camp --
Disagreement Within The Proportionalist Camp
Responsibility: Bernard Hoose.

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