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John F. Crosby
Franciscan University of Steubenville
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    The Teaching of John Paul II on the Christian Meaning of Suffering.J. F. Crosby - 1996 - Christian Bioethics 2 (2):154-171.
    Taking John Paul II's teaching on the Christian meaning of suffering as my main source for a Catholic perspective on suffering, I show how seriously he takes the reality of suffering, and how seriously he takes the question as to the meaning of suffering. I proceed to explore his many-sided teaching on the way in which sin is and is not involved in the meaning of suffering, giving particular attention to his teaching on social dimensions of sin and suffering that (...)
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    Person and Consciousness.J. F. Crosby - 2000 - Christian Bioethics 6 (1):37-48.
    My interlocutor is Locke with his reduction of person to personal consciousness. This reduction is a main reason preventing people from acknowledging the personhood of the earliest human embryo, which lacks all personal consciousness. I show that Catholic Christians who live the sacramental life of the Church have reason to think that they are, as persons, vastly more than what they experience themselves to be, for they believe that the sacraments work effects in them as persons that can only be (...)
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  3. Personalist Papers.J. F. Crosby - 2005 - Ruch Filozoficzny 3 (3).
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    There Is No Moral Authority in Medicine: Response to Cowdin and Tuohey 1.J. F. Crosby - 1998 - Christian Bioethics 4 (1):63-82.
    Central to the Cowdin-Tuohey paper is the concept of a moral authority proper to medical practitioners. Much as I agree with the authors in refusing to degrade doctors to the status of mere technicians, I argue that one does not succeed in retrieving the moral dimension of medical practice by investing doctors with moral authority. I show that none of the cases brought forth by Cowdin-Tuohey really amounts to a case of moral authority. Then I try to explain why no (...)
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