Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science, and Social Policy – 2007

51Q6vZ0XgWL._SX258_BO1,204,203,200_The book reflects a broad range of Catholic thought that is international in scope, but with an emphasis on the American situation. Its interdisciplinary approach offers insights from a variety of perspectives: theological, philosophical, historical, economical, sociological, political, psychological, and legal. The work will appeal to individuals who want a clear and accurate introduction to Catholic social thought and a Catholic-informed social science and social policy. One certainly need not be a devotee and advocate for Catholic social thinking to find this encyclopedia of good use as a handy reference tool.

(2-Volume Set) Hardcover – July 16, 2007 by Michael L. Coulter (Author), Stephen M. Krason (Author), Richard S. Myers (Author), Joseph A. Varacalli (Author)

Professor Ramos Reyes cooperated with a few entries.



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