Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 321-334) and index.
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Part one: Rights in the crosshairs Defining human rights Some needed nuances The church and human rights Part two: The case against rights The accusation of nonexistence The accusation of inseparability The accusation of innovation Part three: A new solution to an old problem : thomistic personalism A personalism primer The person according to personalism Dignity and its due The two loves From love to human rights Christ and human dignity Part four: Human rights and classical ethics Natural law Natural justice Natural rights in classical theory Part five: Towards an ethics of solidarity Who is my neighbor?