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Bibliography, etc. Note
"Martin Rhonheimer publications": pages 317-323. Includes bibliographical references (pages -316) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction / by William F. Murphy, Jr. Is Christian morality reasonable? : on the difference between secular and Christian humanism Norm-ethics, moral rationality, and the virtues : what's wrong with consequentialism? "Intrinsically evil acts" and the moral viewpoint : clarifying a central teaching of veritatis splendor Intentional actions and the meaning of object : a reply to Richard McCormick The cognitive structure of the natural law and the truth of subjectivity Practical reason and the "naturally rational" : on the doctrine of the natural law as a principle of praxis in Thomas Aquinas The moral significance of pre-rational nature in Aquinas : a reply to Jean Porter (and Stanley Hauerwas) The cognitive structure of the natural law and the truth of subjectivity The perspective of the acting person and the nature of practical reason : the "object of the human act" in thomistic anthropology of action Practical reason and the truth of subjectivity : the self-experience of the moral subject at the roots of metaphysics and anthropology Review of Jean Porter's Nature as reason : a thomistic theory of the natural law.