The Catholic Social Science Review (Volume XVII - 2012)

By: Editor-Kevin Schmiesing

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CLEAN!! No marks. Might as well be new. Appears unread. Includes: Symposium on Tocqueville and Catholicism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TOC: Introduction by Gary D. Glenn. // . -- Tocqueville on Christianity and the Natural Equality of Man by Paul A. Rahe. // . -- Tocqueville's Aristocratic Christianity by Peter Augustine Lawler. // . -- Situating Tocqueville Between Modern Political Philosophy and Pre-Modern Catholic Political Philosophy About What Constitutes Society by Gary D. Glenn. // . -- Taking Religion Seriously: Reflections on Tocqueville, Catholicism, and Democratic Modernity by Kenneth L. Grasso. // . -- Tocqueville, Religion, and Modernity by Carson Holloway. // . -- Why Enough Is Not Enough: Toward a General Theory of Crime in the High Suites by Integration of Sociological and Catholic Social Perspectives by Alfred D'Anca and Omar Nagi. // . -- The Verbiage of Vision: Mission and Identity in Theologically Conservative Catholic Colleges and Universities by Robert Abelman. // . -- Living Vicariously: Some Implications of the New Evangelization for Catholic Schools by Richard Rymarz. // . -- Marketing Education in Light of Catholic Social Teaching by Jeff Rankin. // . -- Pope Pius XII: About Those Archives by Ronald J. Rychlak. // . -- Evaluating the Social Justice Implications of the New Theory of Dynamic Monopsony by Guillermo Montes. // . -- Profit Maximization and the Subjective Dimension of Work by Edward J. O'Boyle. // . -- Constitutionalism in Burke's Reflections as Critique of the Enlightenment Ideas of Originative Political Consent and the Social Compact by Joseph Almeida. // . -- The Freedom of the Church and the Taming of Leviathan: The Christian Revolution, Dignitatis Humanae, and Western Liberty by Kenneth L. Grasso. // . -- A Retrospective on Public Policy Threats to Religious Liberty in the Workplace by Eileen P. Kelly and Thomas E. Kelly. // . -- Dystopia and the Gospel of Life by Ryan J. Barilleaux. // . -- Ex Corde Ecclesiae, Social Science, and the Public Square by Brian Simboli. // . -- Race to the Top, Value-Added Models, and the Catholic View of Education by Guillermo Montes. // . -- The Student Loan Crisis and the Future of Higher Education by Michael Wenisch. // . -- Catholicism, the Tea Party Movement, and American Civilization: Questions, Propositions, and Proposals by Joseph A. Varacalli. // . -- Neither Left nor Right, but Catholic: Thoughts on Immigration by Stephen M. Krason. // . -- Neither Left nor Right, but Catholic: Reasons Why Government Should be Turned to Only When Necessary by Stephen M. Krason. // . -- Neither Left nor Right, but Catholic: The Sixties Redivivus: The 'Occupy Wall Street' Protests by Stephen M. Krason

Title: The Catholic Social Science Review (Volume XVII - 2012)

Author Name: Editor-Kevin Schmiesing

Categories: Catholic,

Publisher: Society of Catholic Social Scientists: 2012

ISBN Number: 281BNB1002053

Size: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible - Like New

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