The Catholic Social Science Review - Volume 18, 2013

By: Editor-Gregory R. Beabout

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Never Opened / Never Read . . . . . . . . . . . . .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: Symposium: On Krason’s Transformation . . . . . 1. Joseph A. Varacalli: The Birth, Near Death, and Possible Resurrection of the American Experiment. // . 2. Ryan J. Barilleaux: Political Institutions and Power in the Twenty-First Century Republic. // . 3. Kevin Schmiesing: The Transformation of the American Democratic Republic: A Historical Critique. // . 4. Stephen M. Krason: Response. // . PART II. Articles . . . . . 5. Bishop William Francis Murphy: The Social Initiatives of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. // . 6. Walter Rhomberg, Michaela Rhomberg & Hubert Weissenbach: Natural Family Planning as a Family Binding Tool: A Survey Report. // . 7. Marie I. George: Environmentalism and Population Control: Distinguishing Pro-Life and Anti-Life Motives. // . 8. Clement Anthony Mulloy: John A. Ryan and the Issue of Family Limitation. // . 9. Adam Tate: South Carolina Catholics and the Know Nothing Challenge: The Charleston Elections of 1855. // . 10. Bruce P. Frohnen: The Problem with Empathy: Constitutional Agnosticism, the Rights of Conscience, and the Quest for Community. // . 11. Steven Brust: Education Under the Dictatorship of Relativism. // . 12. Amir Azarvan: Are Highly Theistic Countries Dumber? Critiquing the Intelligence-Religiosity Nexus Theory. // . 13. Stephen Nakrosis: The Ethics of Speculation in the Works of Oswald von Nell-Breuning. // . 14. Stephen Nikola Bartulica: Lessons Learned from the Transition from Communism to Free-Market Democracy: The Case of Croatia

Title: The Catholic Social Science Review - Volume 18, 2013

Author Name: Editor-Gregory R. Beabout

Categories: Ethics,

Publisher: Society of Catholic Social Scientists: 2013

ISBN Number: 281BNB1002888

Size: Soft Cover

Book Condition: New

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