We Hold These Truths Catholic Reflections on the American Proposition
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Description: The 1960 publication of We Hold These Truths marked a significant event in the history of modern American thought. Since that time, Sheed & Ward has kept the book in print and has published several studies of John Courtney Murray's life and work. We are proud to present a new edition of this classic text, which features a comprehensive introduction by Peter Lawler that places Murray in the context of Catholic and American history and thought while revealing his relevance today.
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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/14/2005
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: The Civilization of the Pluralist Society|
|The American Proposition|
|E Pluribus Unum: The American Consensus|
|Civil Unity and Religious Integrity: The Articles of Peace|
|Two Cases for the Public Consensus: Fact or Need|
|The Origins and Authority of the Public Consensus: A Study of the Growing End|
|Creeds at War Intelligibly: Pluralism and the University|
|Four Unfinished Arguments|
|Is It Justice? The School Question Today|
|Should There Be a Law? The Question of Censorship|
|Is It Basket Weaving? The Question of Christianity and Human Values|
|Are There Two or One? The Question of the Future of Freedom|
|The Uses of Doctrine|
|Doctrine and Policy in Communist Imperialism: The Problem of Security and Risk|
|The Uses of a Doctrine on the Uses of Force: War as a Moral Problem|
|The Doctrine Is Dead: The Problem of the Moral Vacuum|