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  1. Living the Faith: The Praxis of Eastern Orthodox Ethics.Stanley S. Harakas - 1992 - Light & Life.
     
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    An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Economic Life, Property, Work, and Business Ethics.Stanley S. Harakas - 2001 - Spiritual Goods 2001:143-163.
    Eastern Orthodox Christianity carries forward a moral tradition from the earliest Christian period, in the belief that scriptural and patristic teaching remains applicable to the contemporary economic sphere of life. The Church Fathers focused on the ownership of property and the ethical acquisition of wealth and its use; they stressed special concern for the poor and disadvantaged. Carried forward through the Byzantine and modern eras, these early Christian understandings now can be applied through a basic and elementary natural law morality (...)
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    An Eastern Orthodox Approach to Bioethics.Stanley S. Harakas - 1993 - Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 18 (6):531-548.
    This article seeks to identify some of the major perspectives in Eastern Orthodox Christianity which provide direction for bioethical-decision making. The article first identifies some historical, theological, and liturgical sources in the Eastern Orthodox tradition which have implications for bioethics. The manuscript also seeks to address the question of the place of religious bioethics within public discussion of issues in bioethics and health care policy. Keywords: bioethics, Eastern Orthodox, faith, liturgy, secular, tradition CiteULike Connotea Del.icio.us What's this?
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  4. For the Health of Body and Soul: An Eastern Orthodox Introduction to Bioethics.Stanley S. Harakas - 1980 - Holy Cross Orthodox Press.
     
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