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Divine choice and natural law : the eudokian ethics of Francis Turretin.
Francis Turretin (1623–1687) places a threefold scheme of right (ius) within the framework of Thomistic natural law to explain the relationship between the divine will and the moral order. He centers his inquiry on a ...
Virtues, divine commands, and the debt of creation: towards a Kierkegaardian Christian ethic.
(Southwestern Philosophical Society, 2006-01)
Though Kierkegaard's ethic in "Works of Love" frequently has been a target of harsh — and often uncharitable — criticism, a number of recent treatments have sought to defend both its viability and its relevance to the ...