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    McCabe and Aquinas on Love and Natural Law.Jason A. Heron - 2017 - New Blackfriars 98 (1075):308-326.
    This article investigates the relationship between love, law, and human nature in the thought of McCabe and Aquinas. The article puts McCabe and Aquinas into conversation in order to illuminateMcCabe's estimation of the natural law as an “insufficient ethic” and a feature of ethics that sheds a “great deal of light” on the matter of human morality. The article seeks to articulate the integrity of natural morality as a feature of the Divine Wisdom that ultimately perfects natural morality via the (...)
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    McCabe and Aquinas on Love and Natural Law.Jason A. Heron - 2016 - New Blackfriars 97 (1072).
    This article investigates the relationship between love, law, and human nature in the thought of McCabe and Aquinas. The article puts McCabe and Aquinas into conversation in order to illuminateMcCabe's estimation of the natural law as an “insufficient ethic” and a feature of ethics that sheds a “great deal of light” on the matter of human morality. The article seeks to articulate the integrity of natural morality as a feature of the Divine Wisdom that ultimately perfects natural morality via the (...)
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    Solidarity in a Technocratic Age.Andrew Beauchamp & Jason A. Heron - 2019 - Journal of Religious Ethics 47 (2):356-376.
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    Immigration, Reciprocity, and the Modern Economic Tradition.Andrew Beauchamp & Jason A. Heron - 2021 - Journal of Catholic Social Thought 18 (1):15-34.
    Contemporary economists are silent regarding economic rights because modern economic theory does not adequately account for reciprocity and risk in human relationships. The immigration question in the US serves as our test case for both the reality of reciprocity and risk in the realm of economic rights, and the need for economic analysis that more honestly contends with this reality. We examine reciprocity and risk in immigration through an economic lens and then complement that examination with resources from the Catholic (...)
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