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Double-effect reasoning : doing good and avoiding evil

Author: T A Cavanaugh
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2006.
Series: Oxford studies in theological ethics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T A Cavanaugh
ISBN: 9780199272198 0199272190
OCLC Number: 1171269091
Description: xxiv, 220 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The history of double-effect reasoning --
Aquinas's originating account --
Developments of Thomas's account --
Simplifying the received criteria --
The contemporary conversation --
Proportionalism --
Anticonsequentialist deontological alternatives to DER --
Contemporary versions of DER --
The if distinction : distinguishing intent from foresight --
Coming to terms --
The problem of closeness --
Responses to the problem of closeness --
An account of intention --
Application to contrasted cases --
The if distinction's ethical import --
Common misunderstandings of the if distinction's relevance --
The first-order-second-order distinction --
The distinction's ethical relevance --
DER and remaining considerations --
DER and reparations --
DER and allowing --
DER and the wrongful acts of other agents --
Double effect, noncombatant casualties, and the laws of war --
Double effect and public policy concerning euthanasia --
Double effect as applied to wrongful acts and the law --
DER in law --
DER and Roman Catholic moral theology
Series Title: Oxford studies in theological ethics.
Responsibility: T.A. Cavanaugh.

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