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21. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 25
Bryan Tellalian Rémi Brague, Curing Mad Truths: Medieval Wisdom for the Modern Age
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Alexander D. Binder Leo Clarke, Man and the Economy: Understanding Capitalist Economics and Catholic Social Teaching
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Russell Shaw Bill Donohue, Common Sense Catholicism
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James R. Kelly L. Mickey Fenzel and Melodie Wyttenback, editors, Responding to the Call for Educational Justice: Transformative Catholic-Led Initiatives in Urban Education
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Katherine LeNotre Jerome C. Foss, Flannery O’Connor and the Perils of Governing by Tenderness
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Emil B. Berendt Mary L. Hirschfeld, Aquinas and the Market: Toward a Humane Economy
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Dominic A. Aquila Jill Lepore, These Truths: A History of the United States; and Wilfred M. McClay, Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Great American Story
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Daniel Kempton A. James McAdams, Vanguard of the Revolution: The Global Idea of the Communist Party
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Thomas W. Jodziewicz James M. Patterson, Religion in the Public Square: Sheen, King, Falwell
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Thomas F. X. Varacalli R. R. Reno, The Return of the Strong Gods: Nationalism, Populism, and the Future of the West
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Vincent Stine George Weigel, The Irony of Modern Catholic History: How the Church Rediscovered Itself and Challenged the Modern World to Reform
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Other Books Received/Noted
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Stephen M. Krason Restoring the Rightful Place of the Supreme Court in American Government
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Stephen M. Krason The Catholic Apololgists for Socialism Should Read the Social Encyclicals
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Stephen M. Krason Conservatism and the Republican Party on Economics: A Contrast to Catholic Social Teaching?
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Cynthia Nolan Global Problem, Individual Solutions?: The Challenges of Laudato Si
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Our Holy Father Pope Francis has encouraged the entire world to care for the earth by protecting its beauty and gifts. Laudato Si was written in 2015, and we are perhaps even more challenged five years later with global environmental problems mostly because the solutions have gotten harder. China refuses to import foreign recyclables, and many developed nations do not have anywhere else to turn. So, what is the obligation of the individual to solve the global problems of pollution, waste, and degraded climate? Is the effort just as virtuous as the result?
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Joseph A. Varacalli, John Paul Varacalli A Prospectus for a Catholic Sociology of Knowledge and Truth Analysis of Mid-Twentieth to Early Twenty-First Century Movies in the United States: Some Initial Questions for an Eventual Full-Length Monograph
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Joseph A. Varacalli A Brief Comment on American Exceptionalism: Exploratory Reflections From the Natural Law and Catholic Social Science
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This Comment concerns itself with the concept of “American Exceptionalism.” More specifically, following Stephen M. Krason, this Comment lays out the different variations of American Exceptionalism (religious, secular, utopian, and realistic) and provides a preliminary critique of these options from the perspective of the Natural Law and Catholic social science. It also addresses its outright rejection by such modern worldviews as Marxism and radical feminism. This Comment also includes a brief discussion of the long range viability of the American Experiment and the prospects of American civilization developing and sustaining a realistic version of American Exceptionalism. This Comment is intended as an initial foray into the topic, hopefully leading eventually, I hope, to a fuller and more adequate treatment.
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Stephen Ortiz In Memoriam: Philip T. Crotty (1929–2019)
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Robert Fastiggi In Memoriam: Mark Latkovic (1963–2020)
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