Genre and Persuasion in Religious Ethics: An Introduction

Journal of Religious Ethics 33 (3):397 - 407 (2005)
Issues of genre and persuasion are central to ethical thought and practice. Until recently, there has been an asymmetry between religious ethics and moral philosophy in regard to these issues. Renewed attention to these issues in moral philosophy creates a new context for their consideration in religious ethics--one in which the relation of religious ethics and moral philosophy is less determinate than it has been in previous discussions. The four essays that comprise this Focus Section reflect this new context while also making new contributions to perennial concerns of genre in ethical thought and practice
Keywords religious ethics  persuasion  genre  moral philosophy
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DOI 10.1111/j.1467-9795.2005.00228.x
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