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    The Decency of Albert Camus.Jesus Deogracias Principe - 2020 - Renascence 72 (2):99-120.
    This essay explores the place of decency and the decent man in the moral and religious thought of Albert Camus. Focusing primarily on the major fictional works, we consider how Camus employs the semantic ambiguity inherent in the notion of being decent, and then develops this into a normative ethical call characterized by responsibility and solidarity. We then explore further how Camus pushes the envelope to make us reflect on whether decency is even possible, both in the sense of addressing (...)
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    Writing the Disaster: A Philippine Case Study of the Challenge to Traditional Theodicy in Popular Media.Jesus Deogracias Principe - 2015 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 14 (42):172-197.
    The question initially raised in this paper was on how one’s religious sensibility affects one’s response to suffering. Focusing on three particular disasters that hit the Philippines, we look at the various media sources: the writing about the rains and flooding found in broadsheets and online media, and some ethnographic descriptions coming from the social sciences; we also look at experiential or anecdotal sources. All this provides us with material to establish certain traits and topics that come to fore in (...)
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    Usisa, Saliksik, at Tiyaga: The Task of Philosophizing Ferriols's Translation of the Apology.Jesus Deogracias Principe - 2019 - Kritike 13 (1):78-100.
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