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Journal of Catholic Social Thought

Volume 13
Poverty, Prosperity and the Role of Business

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1. Journal of Catholic Social Thought: Volume > 13 > Issue: 2
Barbara E. Wall Introduction
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Cardinal Peter Turkson Family and Environment - Caring for Our Common Home: The Holistic View of Pope Francis
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Conor M. Kelly The Family as a “Structure of Virtue”: Reexamining Gaudium et Spes’s Call for the Family Fifty Years Later
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Darlene Fozard Weaver Adoption, Social Justice, and Catholic Tradition
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Jill A. McCorkel Innocence Lost: The Impact of Mass Incarceration on Prisoners’ Children and Families
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Mary Holper Is Immigration Law Family-Friendly?
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Peter Phillips Gaudium et Spes: Programme for the Christian Diaspora
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Andrew Skotnicki Punishment and the Limits of Love
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Thomas R. Rourke Pope Francis: The Historical-Theological Roots and Development of His Social Thought
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Meghan J. Clark Seeking Solidarity for Development: Insights from Catholic Social Thought for Implementing the UN Agenda
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Marcus Mescher Beyond Slacktivism: A Culture of Encounter and Ecological Conversion through a Screen?
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Patrick Flanagan The Digital Divide: An Inhibitor to Integral Human Development
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13. Journal of Catholic Social Thought: Volume > 13 > Issue: 1
Michael Naughton, Nicholas Santos Poverty, Prosperity and the Challenges of the Good Company
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Stefano Zamagni Prosperity, Poverty, and the Responsibility of Business
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Michael J. Liberatore Rediscovering Virtue through Community for Integral Human Development in Business: Sen’s Capabilities, Justice, and the Philippine Values of Pakikipagkapwa and Pakiramdam
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Gene R. Laczniak, Nicholas J. C. Santos, Thomas A. Klein On the Nature of “Good” Goods and the Ethical Role of Marketing
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Claus Dierksmeier, Alejo José G. Sison Business Responses to Deprivation and Exclusion: Insights from Caritas in Veritate and Evangelii Gaudium
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Jacklyn A. Cleofas Virtue Ethics, Situationism, and the Filipino Business Leader’s Compassion for the Poor
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Brian M. Saxton Subjective Flourishing and Value Capture Through Human Capital
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John McNerney Wealth of Persons: Toward a Recovery of the “Personalist Principles” of Wealth Creation in the Free Economy
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