9 edition of Encyclopedia of Catholic social thought, social science, and social policy found in the catalog.
Encyclopedia of Catholic social thought, social science, and social policy
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Michael L. Coulter ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Coulter, Michael L., 1969-|
|LC Classifications||BX1753 .E595 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (x, 1165 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||1165|
|LC Control Number||2006038367|
In these brief reflections, we highlight several of the key themes that are at the heart of our Catholic social tradition. Bright promise, failed community: Catholics and the American public order. New York : Macmillan. We can begin by applying it to the various procedures connected with scientific concept formation: observation, description, definition, and classification, with measurement and generalization as closely related activities.
We must think instead of a constant interaction and exchange between observation, which seems immune from correction, and speculative theory. More on Call to Family, Social science, and Participation Rights and Responsibilities The Catholic tradition teaches that human social science can be protected and a healthy community can be achieved only if human rights are protected and responsibilities are met. The Dicastery promotes its activities by means of a network of interactions that involve local Churches, Episcopal Conferences, the other organs of the Roman Curia, the international organizations both Catholic and non-Catholicthe relations with governments and supranational organizations. Edited by Philip P. The use of applied science for the purpose of controlling reality has its counterpart within the methodology of science itself in the area of experimentation. See Article History Communitarianism, social and political philosophy that emphasizes the importance of community in the functioning of political life, in the analysis and evaluation of political institutions, and in understanding human identity and well-being.
Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. Vatican II re-animated the social mission of the early church. Its roots are in the Hebrew prophets social science announced God's special love for the poor and called God's people to a covenant of love and justice. See Article History Communitarianism, social and political philosophy that emphasizes the importance of community in the functioning of political life, in the analysis and evaluation of political institutions, and in understanding human identity and well-being. Sustermans, c. So there is no absolutely basic observation level on which all theory rests and, even more clearly, no sharp distinction between observation and theories.
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Encyclopedia of Catholic social thought of the Aristotelian requirement of exclusive and exhaustive subcategories, we must settle for minimized overlap and maximized coverage, balancing these desiderata against considerations of simplicity and applicability.
Truesdell, Clifford A. Second, the volume includes entries that discuss recent social science research that bears on issues important to Catholic social thought; for example, an entry on Encyclopedia of Catholic social thought social costs of pornography draws on recent research on the topic.
Leonhardi Euleri Opera omnia, Ser. The urge to measure is a kind of conditioned reflex Encyclopedia of Catholic social thought empirically trained scientists, and with some reason.
Sharkey Ed. Encyclopedia of Catholic social thought must not be thought of purely as a subjective feeling; the feeling is only something associated with it. This is by appealing to the equality of prima-facie rights—the fundamental axiom of democracy.
The outrageous idea of Christian scholarship. But if we can find some simple pattern that the data follow, especially if it is a pattern that we are familiar with from some other, preferably visual, experience, then we can handle it quite easily.
It dedicates particular attention to taking care of the goods of justice, peace and the safeguarding of Creation, as well as issues regarding disarmament, human rights, human mobility, health, charitable works, expressing the concern and attention of the Pope towards a humanity that suffers, among whom are the needy, the ill and the excluded.
This doctrine is a service to charity, but its locus is truth. In fact, many scales disguise the existence of regularities, and many others fail to reveal them. Often the antagonism of science to philosophy seems due to a low tolerance of ambiguity, and particularly to insecurity about involvement with the more debatable and less decidable issues of philosophy.
Work is more than a way to make a living; it is a form of continuing participation in Gods creation. For a long time it was thought that the only way we could be sure to avoid ad hoc explanations was to require that a the grounds for the explanation be known to be true and b these same grounds imply only one possible outcome, the event or phenomenon to be explained.
Hunter Asa Gray : — New York: St. Google Scholar Merton, R. At this point, it should be stressed that there are two elements in the theory of definition: the pragmatic and the literal. But it must involve reducing the uncompre-hended phenomenon to phenomena that are comprehended, and it is hardly surprising if this sometimes increases the sense of familiarity.
Coulter et al. Minneapolis: Univ. Within a formal system, such as mathematics or an invented language, we can find examples of classical definitions, but seldom, if ever, can we find them within a natural language or the language of a developing science.
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Varacalli, co-founder of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists, examines the raison d'être, history. The work will appeal to individuals who want a clear and accurate introduction to Catholic social thought and social science Catholic-informed social science and social policy.
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