Responding to a 2004 request by then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, scholars at the University of Notre Dame undertook a systematic investigation of the continued relevance and utility of the natural law tradition in providing a basis for moral agreement in a pluralistic society. The book will appeal to a wide array of moral theologians and philosophers interested not only in the possibility of a foundational morality grounded in natural law, but also in questions of human rights, interreligious dialogue, moral rhetoric, and sacramental life in broadly pluralistic societies.
INTRACTABLE DISPUTES ABOUT THE NATURAL LAW: ALASDAIR MACINTYRE AND CRITICS Beth K Haile Theological Studies; Jun 2010; 71, 2; Docstoc pg. 481 Reproduced with permission
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