Ethics and Liberation: An Introduction

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Orbis Books, 1988 - Christian ethics - 243 pages
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I have read and used this book in several of my courses. It is very useful in helping undergraduate students reflect on the way that Christian ethics can be structured for peace, justice, and liberation purposes. I find that the concepts are clearly articulated and demonstrated. He uses the concept of worldview to help the reader understand difference as well as their own construction of the world. In a search you will discover that the book is printed in several languages and also cited in numerous other books and course syllabi.  

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Chapter Three
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Values Empirical Factors
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