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Josef Fuchs on Natural Law
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Josef Fuchs on Natural Law 4. Josef Fuchs is one of the most important Catholic theologians of the 20th century, and this is the first full-scale treatment of his thinking. The author demonstrates how Fuchs' interpretation of natural law has evolved, and what this means for his positions on moral issues. Beginning with Fuchs' "pre-conversion" period, from , Graham describes how Fuchs' slowly c Josef Fuchs is one of the most important Catholic theologians of the 20th century, and this is the first full-scale treatment of his thinking.
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Beginning with Fuchs' "pre-conversion" period, from , Graham describes how Fuchs' slowly changed his thinking and thereby incurred the wrath of the Vatican on certain social issues. Hardcover , pages.
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Although feminist ethics reject many of the methods and conclusions of the scholastic and revisionist natural law schools, Traina shows that a truly Thomistic natural law ethic nonetheless provides a much-needed holistic foundation for contemporary feminist ethics. On the other hand, she offers new perspectives on the writings of Josef Fuchs, Richard McCormick, and Gustavo Gutierrez, arguing that their failure to catch the full spirit of Thomas's moral vision is due to inadequate attention to feminist critical methods.
This highly original book proposes an innovative union of two supposedly antagonistic schools of thought, a new feminist natural law that would yield more comprehensive moral analysis than either existing tradition alone. This is a provocative book not only for students of moral theology but also for feminists who may object to the very notion of natural law ethics, suggesting how each might find insight in an unlikely place.
Traina is an assistant professor of religion at Northwestern University. The aim of the whole offers a creative contribution to both traditions and an interesting perspective on the specific authors. Farley , Gilbert L.
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