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    Christian economic ethics: history and implications.Daniel K. Finn - 2013 - Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
    What does the history of Christian views of economic life mean for economic life in the twenty-first century? Here Daniel Finn reviews the insights provided by a large number of texts, from the Bible and the early church, to the Middle Ages and the Protestant Reformation, to treatments of the subject in the last century. Relying on both social science and theology, Finn then turns to the implications of this history for economic life today. Throughout, the book invites the reader (...)
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    The Moral Ecology of Markets: Assessing Claims About Markets and Justice.Daniel Finn - 2006 - Cambridge University Press.
    Disagreements about the morality of markets, and about self-interested behavior within markets, run deep. They arise from perspectives within economics and political philosophy that appear to have nothing in common. In this book, Daniel Finn provides a framework for understanding these conflicting points of view. Recounting the arguments for and against markets and self-interest, he argues that every economy must address four fundamental problems: allocation, distribution, scale, and the quality of relations. In addition, every perspective on the morality of markets (...)
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    The Moral Dynamics of Economic Life: An Extension and Critique of Caritas in Veritate.Daniel K. Finn (ed.) - 2012 - Oup Usa.
    Caritas in veritate (Charity in Truth) is the ''social'' encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI, one of many papal encyclicals over the last 120 years that address economic life. This volume, based on discussions at a symposium co-sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies and the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, analyzes the situation of the Church and the theological basis for Benedict's thinking about the person, community, and the globalized economy.
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    Business ethics and Catholic social thought.Daniel K. Finn (ed.) - 2021 - Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
    This volume provides a new account of business ethics from the perspective of Catholic social thought. Focusing on the sense of agency of the business person and the interests of business firms, this volume addresses business from both "the outside" (with questions about economic life in Catholic social thought) and "the inside" (with attention to the internal dynamics of business firms). The result is a creative account of fundamental issues confronting the moral business leader and any firm committed to responsible (...)
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    Consumer ethics in a global economy: how buying here causes injustice there.Daniel K. Finn - 2019 - Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
    Workers in distant nations who produce the products we buy frequently suffer from accidents, managerial malfeasance, and injustice. Are consumers who bought the products made by these workers in any way morally responsible for those injustices? And what about the far more frequent, less severe injustices, such as the withholding of wages, the denial of bathroom breaks, forced overtime, and harassment of various sorts? Could buying a shirt at the local department store create for you some responsibility for the horrendous (...)
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    Distant Markets, Distant Harms: Economic Complicity and Christian Ethics.Daniel K. Finn (ed.) - 2014 - Oup Usa.
    Distant Harms, Distant Markets looks at moral complicity in markets, employing resources from sociology, early Christian history, feminism, legal theory, and Catholic moral theology today. The authors skillfully explore the causal and moral responsibilities which consumers bear for the harms that markets cause to distant others.
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    Irlande : le tournant?Daniel Finn - 2012 - Revue Agone 49 (49):145-168.
    S’il manquait encore aux deux États irlandais le trait distinctif de la politique européenne moderne – une division gauche-droite nettement liée à la classe des électeurs – ne pouvait-on en déduire que, pour une fois, l’Irlande avait une longueur d’avance, annonçant l’américanisation prochaine de la vie politique européenne? Depuis septembre 2008, la crise mondiale a noyé ces visions sous un déluge d’eau glacée. L’État du sud, en chute libre, perd des emplois à une vitesse vertigineuse et a été contraint d’accepter (...)
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    Moral agency within social structures and culture: a primer on critical realism for Christian ethics.Daniel K. Finn (ed.) - 2020 - Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
    Christian ethics has from the beginning been concerned with moral agency and culture, and Christian social ethics has acknowledged the power of social structures for the last 150 years. But ethics has yet to employ extensively the resources of that discipline that specializes in understanding structure and culture: sociology. Out of a concern to defend human freedom, Catholic social teaching has employed an individualistic approach that misdescribes the characteristics of social evil as little more than the sum of individual choices (...)
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    Republicanism and the Irish Left.Daniel Finn - 2016 - Historical Materialism 24 (1):181-197.
    The Irish national revolution of 1916–23 left behind a partitioned island, with a northern segment that remained part of the United Kingdom and a southern ‘Free State’ – later to become a Republic – that was dominated by conservative forces. Most of those who had been involved in the struggle for national independence peeled off to form new parties in the 1920s, leaving behind a rump of militant Irish republicans. Sinn Féin and its military wing, the Irish Republican Army, would (...)
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    Response to Kenneth R. Melchin.Daniel Finn - 2010 - The Lonergan Review 2 (1):87-94.
  11. Social Structures.Daniel Finn - 2020 - In Daniel K. Finn (ed.), Moral agency within social structures and culture: a primer on critical realism for Christian ethics. Georgetown University Press.
     
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    The Promise of Interdisciplinary Engagement: Christian Ethics and Economics as a Test Case.Daniel K. Finn - 2010 - Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 30 (2):3-18.
    ALL SCHOLARSHIP OCCURS IN CONTEXT, AND ACADEMIC SILOS—WHERE scholars interact with only a narrow circle of specialists like themselves—too often eclipse the biases of academic disciplines. This essay recommends interdisciplinary work by Christian ethicists, reviews some fruits available from substantive engagement with mainstream economics, and urges graduate programs in Christian ethics to encourage and enable students to do substantive coursework in another discipline to broaden and deepen Christian ethical engagement with contemporary moral problems.
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    The Priority of Labor Over Capital: Some Needed Extensions.Daniel Finn - 2009 - Journal of Catholic Social Thought 6 (1):19-31.
  14. What Is Critical Realism?Daniel Finn - 2020 - In Daniel K. Finn (ed.), Moral agency within social structures and culture: a primer on critical realism for Christian ethics. Georgetown University Press.
     
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    Monologue and Dialogue in Christian Economic Ethics: A Response to Mary E. Hobgood.Daniel Rush Finn - 1997 - Journal of Religious Ethics 25 (2):335-341.
    Mary Hobgood employs "structural analysis" to describe the basic causes of poverty in the United States today and to critique the current debate over welfare reform. Rhetorically, the essay is monological, asserting a point of view without attending to its critics. It would be greatly strengthened by a dialogue with perspectives in both social science and Christian ethics. Giving ear to the former, Hobgood might have avoided a number of controversial causal attributions. Engaging the latter, Hobgood might have provided a (...)
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