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The moral dynamics of economic life : an extension and critique of Caritas in veritate /

Other Authors: Finn, Daniel K., 1947-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2012
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Table of Contents:
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  • 1.
  • Situation
  • Caritas in veritate in Broader Context /
  • J. Bryan Hehir
  • Who are the Americans? /
  • Amelia J. Uelmen
  • Americans and Government Today /
  • Rebecca M. Blank
  • Our Current Economic Situation /
  • Matthew J. Slaughter
  • Global Economic Forces /
  • Albino Barrera
  • 2.
  • Theological Grounding of Caritas in veritate
  • Situating Pope Benedict's Theology /
  • Bishop William F. Murphy
  • Developments in Pope Benedict's Thinking /
  • John A. Coleman
  • Theology of Gratuitousness /
  • Paulinus I. Odozor
  • Benedict's View of the Person /
  • Kenneth R. Himes
  • Challenges to Benedict's Vision: Sin /
  • Michael Novak
  • Theological Foundations of the Market /
  • Albino Barrera
  • Promise and Risk of Charity /
  • David Hollenbach
  • Listening to the Experience of the Poor /
  • Johan Verstraeten
  • 3.
  • Markets and Government
  • Vitality of Markets /
  • Michael Novak
  • Benefits of Markets /
  • Albino Barrera
  • Government and Juridical Framework /
  • J. Bryan Hehir
  • Market Failure and the Role of Government /
  • Rebecca M. Blank
  • Institutions and Individual Morality /
  • Rebecca M. Blank
  • Globalization and Global Governance /
  • J. Bryan Hehir
  • From Government to Governance /
  • John A. Coleman
  • 4.
  • Reconceiving "Relation"
  • Theological Foundations of Human Relation /
  • Miguel H. Diaz
  • Resources for Receptivity to a Transcendent Vocation /
  • Amelia J. Uelmen
  • Culture as the Locus for Economic Relation /
  • Mary L. Hirschfeld
  • 5.
  • Reciprocity in Economic Life
  • Reciprocity and Fraternity /
  • Stefano Zamagni
  • Reciprocity, Trust, and Social Capital /
  • Daniel K. Finn
  • Logic of Gift and the World of Business /
  • Michael J. Naughton
  • 6.
  • Business
  • Leadership Ethics and Caritas in veritate /
  • Luk Bouckaert
  • Business Enterprise /
  • Michael J. Naughton
  • 7.
  • Development
  • How Much of True Development can be Measured? /
  • Mary Jo Bane
  • Expanding the Economic Paradigm of Development /
  • Mary L. Hirschfeld
  • International Aid: Charity is Insufficient /
  • Katherine Marshall
  • Development and Institutional Failures /
  • Stefano Zamagni
  • 8.
  • Polarization
  • Problem of Public Polarization /
  • John L. Allen
  • Resources for Reducing Polarization in Government /
  • Mary Jo Bane
  • Hope in Polarization /
  • Amelia J. Uelmen
  • 9.
  • Language and the Orientation to Dialogue
  • Need for Accessible Language /
  • John A. Coleman
  • Ambiguities of Accessible Language /
  • Mary L. Hirschfeld
  • Tensions Between Proclamation and Dialogue /
  • Luk Bouckaert
  • Dialogue in Light of the Signs of the Times /
  • Johan Verstraeten
  • 10.
  • Implications
  • New Institutions and Social Processes /
  • Mary Jo Bane
  • Better Legal Definition of What is Reasonable /
  • Amelia J. Uelmen
  • Participation as Key for a Just Economy /
  • Johan Verstraeten
  • Reconceiving Welfare Policies /
  • Stefano Zamagni
  • Shifting Attention Within the Church /
  • Mary Jo Bane
  • Developing Resources for Business and Business Schools /
  • Michael J. Naughton
  • Improving Business Education /
  • Matthew J. Slaughter
  • 11.
  • Conclusion: Caritas in veritate in the Tradition of Catholic Social Thought /
  • Peter Kodwo Turkson.