The Catholic Social Science Review, Volume XIV (14) 2009

By: Editor-Mark Lowery

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CLEAN!! No marks. Might as well be new. Appears unread. . . . . . . . . . The Catholic Social Science Review is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that publishes orignal articles and reviews in the social sciences and the humanities. It is the journal of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists, and has an editorial focus on topics relevant to the social teachng of the Catholic Church. The journal is published annually in September with assistance from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.. . . . . . . . . . . . . TOC: PART I: Symposia: Symposium: The Ancients/Moderns Distinction: Catholic Perspectives . . . . . . . . 1. Kenneth L. Grasso: Introduction. // . 2. Gary Glenn: Whether Strauss’ Ancients/Moderns Reading of the History of Political Philosophy Unjustly Depreciates Christianity. // . 3. James V. Schall: On The Conquest of Human Nature: Ancients, Moderns—Medievals, Futures. // . 4. Cecilia R. Castillo: Strauss and Christianity: Friends or Foes?. // . 5. Kenneth L. Grasso: Neither Ancient Nor Modern: The Distinctiveness of Catholic Social Thought. // . 6. Robert P. Hunt: Christianity, Leo Strauss, and the Ancients/Modern Distinction. // . 7. Steven Brust: Ancient and Modern: Natural Law and Universal Moral Principles. // . 8. Eugene L. Nagy: The Passion of Understanding: Preliminary Remarks on Strauss’ Quarrel Between Ancients and Moderns. // . PART I: Symposia: Symposium: The Implications Of Catholic Social Teaching For Economic Science: An Exchange Between Thomas Storck And Thomas E.Woods, Jr., With Responses . . . . . . . . 9. Thomas Storck: A Challenge From Thomas Storck. // . 10.Thomas E. Woods, Jr.: Catholic Social Teaching and the Market Economy Revisted: A Reply to Thomas Storck. // . 11. John Medaille' A Response from John Médaille. // . 12. Charles M. A. Clark: A Response from Charles Clark. // . 13. Kevin Schmiesing: A Response from Kevin Schmiesing. // . 14. Emil Berendt: A Response from Emil Berendt. // . PART II: Articles . . . . . . . . 15. Joseph A. Varacalli: A Catholic House in Repair or Further Dividing?. // . 16. Joseph Anthony Burke, Pope Benedict on Capitalism, Marxism, and Globalization. // .: 17. Wolfgang Grassl: The Study Of Business As A Liberal Art? Toward An Aristotelian Reconstruction. // . 18. Alfred R. D’Anca: A Different Promise: Catholic Social Thought and Criminal Punishment in America. // . 19. Scott McDermott: Orestes Brownson and the Contract of Government. // . 20. Thomas W. Jodziewicz: In the Matter of Catholic Historiography: a Proposal. // . 21. Elizabeth Holmes: Reforming Ireland? An Inquiry from the Standpoint afforded by Rival Traditions. // . 22. Su Li Lee: Persons as Gifts: Understanding Interdependence through Pope John Paul II’s Anthropology. // . 23. Michael J. New: Using Natural Experiments To Analyze the Impact of State Legislation on the Incidence of Abortion. // . PART III: Special Section: Catholic Response During World War II . . . . . . . . 24. Sr. Margherita Marchione: A Commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of Pius XII's Coronation on March 12, 2009. // . 25. Ronald J. Rychlak: Cardinal Stepinac, Pope Pius XII, and the Roman Catholic Church During the Second World War. // . 26. Sr. Mary Gloria Chang: OP, The Vatican and the German Resistance During World War II: 1939-1940

Title: The Catholic Social Science Review, Volume XIV (14) 2009

Author Name: Editor-Mark Lowery

Categories: Ethics,

Publisher: Society of Catholic Social Scientists: September 2009

ISBN Number: B007ZRXUOY

Size: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Used - Like New

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