The Difficult Good: A Thomistic Approach to Moral Conflict and Human Happiness

Fordham University Press (2006)
Abstract
Incommensurability and tragic conflict -- The business of order -- The real thing -- Virtue and the twofold order -- Practical reason and final ends -- Natural hierarchy and moral obligation -- Conflict -- The virtues of conflict.
Keywords Good and evil  Right and wrong  Happiness
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Call number BJ1401.M33 2006
ISBN(s) 9780823226214   0823226212
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