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Natural Law, Property, and Welfare Rights

  • Andrew LustigEmail author
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Part of the Philosophy and Medicine book series (PHME, volume 110)

Abstract

It is a distinct pleasure to contribute to this festschrift volume honoring Joseph Boyle. I have admired, and learned much from, the wide range Dr. Boyle’s scholarship—his contributions to so-called “revised” natural law epistemology, his analysis of the moral status of nuclear deterrence as a strategy, and his perceptive discussions of particular issues in bioethics and medical ethics.

Keywords

Private Property Common Good Moral Duty Political Society Catholic Social Teaching 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Davidson CollegeDavidsonUSA

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