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Catholic Social Science Review

Volume 14, 2009

Elizabeth Holmes
Pages 305-320

Reforming Ireland? An Inquiry from the Standpoint afforded by Rival Traditions

Commitments agreed upon internationally by Irish political representatives often escape scrutiny at home.1 One outcome of this omission is evidenced in the debate regarding the family: Is it pivotal to the achievement of the common good, or does its unity act as an obstacle to full equality? This article examines this debate from the standpoint afforded by MacIntyre’s formulation of tradition-constituted enquiries, asking whether current political trends entail a shift in the very basis on which the Irish reason practically.

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