Milwaukee, Wis. : Marquette University Press, 
492 pages ; 22 cm.
Marquette studies in philosophy ; #19.
Formatted Contents Note
The hermeneutical function of the principle of double effect/ Peter Knauer The absoluteness of moral terms/ Josef Fuchs Ontic evil and moral evil/ Louis Janssens Direct killing/indirect killing/ Bruno Schüller Ambiguity in moral choice/ Richard McCormick Morality by calculation of values/ Paul Quay Against consequentialism/ Germain Grisez Catholic ethics: has the norm for rule-making changed?/ John Connery Moral absolutes: a critique of the view of Josef Fuchs, S.J./ Germain Grisez Christian witness/ John Finnis Proportionate reason and its three levels of inquiry: structuring the ongoing debate/ James J. Walter Proportionalism: one view of the debate/ Edward V. Vacek The impracticality of proportionalism/ Bartholomew M. Kiely Proportionalism and the pill/ Christopher Kaczor.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -487) and index.