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Kierkegaard and modern moral philosophy : conceptual unintelligibility, moral obligations and divine commands.
We moderns have lost a grasp on some of our most commonly used moral concepts. Or rather, the moral concepts that we use everyday have, in our grasp, lost the intelligibility they once enjoyed. Contemporary moral judgments ...
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 ...