Journal of Moral Theology
Special Issue 2
There is a growing awareness of the exalted dignity proper to the human person, since he stands above all things, and his rights and duties are universal and inviolable. Therefore, there must be made available to all men everything necessary for leading a life truly human, such as food, clothing, and shelter; the right to choose a state of life freely and to found a family, the right education, to employment, to a good reputation, to respect, to appropriate information, to activity in accord with the upright norm of one's own conscience, to protection of privacy and rightful freedom even in matters religious.
Heron, Jason A., and Bharat Ranganathan. 2022. “Catholic Social Teaching, Liberalism, and Economic Justice.” Journal of Moral Theology 11 (Special Issue 2): 126–46. https://doi.org/10.55476/001c.39712.
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