In this Issue
If “interdisciplinary” connotes anything, it should be improved communication across disciplines that fosters mutual understanding. This, in turn, advances our understanding of the deeply complex ethical and moral issues facing our world today. Acknowledging the need for diversity and integrity in speaking to these issues, Soundings promotes dialogue, reflection, inquiry, discussion, and action. These activities are informed by scholarship and by the acknowledgement of the civil and social responsibilities of academe to engage the world beyond the ivory tower.
published byPenn State University Press
viewing issueVolume 97, Number 2, 2014
Table of Contents
- In Defence of War: What Is It All About?
- pp. 169-174
- Character and Critique in the Ethics of War
- pp. 174-185
- How Should War Be Related to Christian Love?
- pp. 186-195
- Justice, Intention, and Double Effect
- pp. 218-228
- In Response
- pp. 250-264
- pp. i-ii
- Editor’s Introduction
- pp. 129-130
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