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  1. David P. Schenck & Lori A. Roscoe (2009). In Search of a Good Death. Journal of Medical Humanities 30 (1):61-72.
    Spirituality and storytelling can be resources in aging successfully and in dying well given the constraints of modern day Western culture. This paper explores the relationship of aging to time and the dynamic process of the life course and discusses issues related to confronting mortality, including suffering, finitude, spirituality, and spiritual closure in regard to death. And, finally, the role of narrative in this process is taken up.
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  2. Larry R. Churchill & David Schenck (2005). One Cheer for Bioethics: Engaging the Moral Experiences of Patients and Practitioners Beyond the Big Decisions. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 14 (4):389-403.
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  3. David Schenck & Phil Mullins (2000). On Reuniting Poetry and Science. Tradition and Discovery 27 (3):16-18.
    This essay is an obituary notice for Elizabeth Sewell, a long-time friend of Michael Polanyi and a well-known poet, novelist and critic.
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  4. David Schenck (1987). Prophecy, Polemic and Piety: Reflections on Responses to Gustafson's "Ethics From a Theocentric Perspective". Journal of Religious Ethics 15 (1):72 - 85.
    James Gustafson's "Ethics from a Theocentric Perspective" has been criticized very sharply by reviewers from both the theological and scholarly communities. This article examines the reception of this work, and analyzes two aspects of it that are responsible for the critical reaction: 1) its prophetic message and the strategies used to deliver that message; and 2) the understanding of tradition presented and embodied in the text. In conclusion I point to a radical implication of his theory of tradition not pursued (...)
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  5. David Schenck (1986). Newman's Complex Assent and Foundationalism. International Philosophical Quarterly 26 (3):229-240.
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  6. David Schenck (1986). The Texture of Embodiment: Foundation for Medical Ethics. [REVIEW] Human Studies 9 (1):43 - 54.
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  7. David Schenck (1985). Merleau-Ponty on Perspectivism, with References to Nietzsche. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 46 (2):307-314.
  8. David Schenck (1984). Operative Dimensions of Zaner's Context of Self. International Studies in Philosophy 16 (3):59-64.
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  9. David Schenck Jr (1976). Re-Casting the 'Ethics of Virtue/Ethics of Duty Debate'. Journal of Religious Ethics 4:269-286.
    THE AUTHOR CONTENDS THAT THE DEBATE BETWEEN THE THEOLOGICAL ETHICISTS WHO CHAMPION AN ETHICS OF VIRTUE AND MORAL PHILOSOPHERS WHO SUPPORT AN ETHICS OF DUTY (NOTABLY WILLIAM K FRANKENA) IS MUCH MORE THAN A DISAGREEMENT ABOUT NORMATIVE ETHICS. HE ATTEMPTS TO CLARIFY THE NATURE OF THIS DEBATE AND TO TURN IT IN A MORE USEFUL DIRECTION BY CONSTRUCTING COMPREHENSIVE OUTLINE OF FRANKENA'S VIEW OF THE CONDITIONS OF MORAL REASONING AND INDICATING WHERE (AND HOW) THE POINTS IN DISPUTE MOST NATURALLY ARISE.
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