Historically, feminist ethics have often been in opposition with other significant strands of ethical thought—especially in religion. Moral Perspectives on Feminism (3 vols.) places feminist arguments in dialogue with issues they frequently conflict with, using reasoning to illuminate the truths from either side. In Feminist Ethics and Natural Law, Cristina L. H. Traina seeks to reconcile Roman Catholic natural law and Anglo-American feminist ethics by highlighting the ways their ideals align. Creative Conformity follows the lives of 11 U. S. Catholic and Iranian Shi’i women to explore the ways they impact the ethical identities of their communities and the diversity of moral thought and action produced by religion. Aquinas, Feminism, and the Common Good engages with Thomas Aquinas’s notion of the common good to address contemporary issues, particularly within U. S. women’s health care, revealing that religious traditions once thought of as oppressive can rectify social injustice. Together, these three works provide valuable insight into the ways feminism and religious traditions interact and benefit each other.
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- Engages feminist ethics with other moral perspectives
- Follows the lives of 11 Catholic and Shi’i women of status
- Explores the works of Thomas Aquinas from a feminist perspective
- Feminist Ethics and Natural Law: The End of the Anathemas by Cristina L. H. Traina
- Creative Conformity: The Feminist Politics of U. S. Catholic and Iranian Shi’I Women by Elizabeth M. Bucar
- Aquinas, Feminism, and the Common Good by Susanne M. DeCrane
- Title: Moral Perspectives on Feminism
- Series Editor: James F. Keenan
- Series: Moral Traditions Series
- Publisher: Georgetown University Press
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 880
About James F. Keenan
James F. Keenan has been a Jesuit of the New York Province since 1970 and an ordained priest since 1982. He is a member of the board of directors for the Catholic Theological Society of America, a fellow of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities at the University of Edinburgh, and a fellow of the Center of Theological Inquiry at Princeton. He has published numerous articles in scholarly journals including Theological Studies, Journal of Moral Theology, and the Asian Christian Review. His published books include The Ethics of the Word: Voices in the Catholic Church Today, Moral Wisdom: Lessons and Texts from the Catholic Tradition, and Goodness and Rightness in Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologiae.