Building upon prior analyses of casuistry’s normativity and use of analogy, this reading examines casuistry’s orientation to moral principles and explains how casuistry, when it incorporates moral rules at all, does so indirectly, subtly, and alongside other normative criteria.
Moral Judgment Moral Theory Clinical Ethic Concrete Situation Moral Deliberation
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