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Title The Ethics of having children / edited by Lawrence P. Schrenk.

Publication Info. Washington, D.C. : American Catholic Philosophical Association, [1990]


Location Call No. Status
 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  173 E84E    Check Shelf
Description iv, 277 pages ; 28 cm.
Series Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association ; v. 63
Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association ; v. 63.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Presidential address : Marriage is an institution created by God : a philosophical analysis / Joseph Boyle -- Aquinas Medal award to Gerard Verbeke / Katharine Rose Hanley -- Medalist's address : A Christian philosopher in a "broken world" / Gerard Verbeke -- Plenary sessions -- When do people begin? / Germain Grisez -- Why have children? / G.E.M. Anscombe -- Childhood betrayed : a personalist analysis / James Hanink -- Section I. Medieval philosophy -- The paradox of Aquinas's altruism : from self-love to love of others / R. Mary Hayden -- Structure and meaning in St. Augustine's Confessions / Fredrick J. Crosson -- Section II. Ethical theory -- On 'high-mindedness' / Jorge Garcia -- 'Queerness' and the objectivity of value : a response to J.L. Mackie / Joseph Spoerl -- Section III. Abortion I -- Thomas Aquinas and Henry of Ghent on the succession of substantial forms and the origin of human life / Gordon A. Wilson -- Abortion in rape cases / Greg Beabout -- Section IV. Metaphysics -- A new foreknowledge dilemma / Linda Zagzebski -- Does Aristotle beg the question in his defense of the principle of non-contradiction? / Michael Degnan -- Section V. Abortion II. Law without values : do the unborn have to wait for a consensus? / Michael A. Vaccari -- Natural fetal dependency states and fetal dependency principles / Raymond M. Herbenick -- Section VI. Natural law -- Volunteering children / Kevin McDonnell -- Abortion as the illicit method of birth control / Charles F. Keilkopf -- Section VII. Natural law -- St. Thomas on the motives of unjust acts / Paul J. Weithman -- Natural law and the environment / Montague Brown -- Section VIII. The thought of Lonergan -- Lonergan's method in ethics and the meaning of human sexuality / Mark E. Frisby -- Lonergan's performative transcendental argument against scepticism / William R. Rehg.
Subject Birth (Philosophy)
Parenthood -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Birth control -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Abortion -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Added Author Schrenk, Lawrence P.
American Catholic Philosophical Association.
ISBN 0918090230
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