Nine modern moralists.


Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, [1962] .

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Subjects Christian ethics.
Derecho natural.
Droit naturel.
Etica cristiana.
Morale chrétienne.
Natural law.
Series Spectrum book ; S-36.
Description 271 pages ; 20 cm.
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary Scholarly interpretation of ethical principles of pages Tillich, K. Marx, H.R. Niebuhr, F. Dostoevski, Reinhold Niebuhr, J. Maritain, J.P. Sartre, E. Brunner and E. Cahn.
Contents Introduction: Something about Christian social ethics -- Fyodor Dostoevski: On living atheism: no morality without immortality -- Fyodor Dostoevski: God's grace and man's guilt -- Religious aspects of Marxism -- Jean-Paul Sartre: Sex in being -- Reinhold Niebuhr: Christian love and natural law -- H. Richard Niebuhr: Christ transforming relativism -- Paul Tillich and Emil Brunner: Christ transforming natural justice -- Jacques Maritain and Edmond Cahn: The Egypt of the natural law -- Jacques Maritain and Edmond Cahn: Man's exodus from the natural law.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)324853
(OCoLC)ocm00324853
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WorldCat Identities Ramsey, Paul.
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