A Critical Bibliography of Recent Discussions of Religious Ethics by Philosophers

Journal of Religious Ethics 2 (2):53 - 80 (1974)
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This paper offers a listing of references to religious ethics in recent Anglo-American philosophical literature, organized in terms of a critical analysis of the main lines of argument to be found there. The principal focus is on metaethics, although references are included to other aspects of religious ethics. The author maintains that the case for a logical and/or a linguistic relation between religion and ethics is much stronger than is generally recognized in the philosophical discussions of these issues.



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