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Journal of Catholic Social Thought

Volume 17
Building Institutions for the Common Good

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1. Journal of Catholic Social Thought: Volume > 17 > Issue: 2
Suzanne Wentzel Introduction
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Elisabeth M. Yang, Giovanni Patriarca, Diana M. Valentini The Cost of Indifference: General Apathy and Economic Paralysis?
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Jens Mueller The Power of #Hashtags: Envisioning Solidarity in the Digital Sphere
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Matthew Bagot Another Vision of Integral Human Development: Luigi Sturzo and Christian Smith on Human Personality and Global Politics
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Matthew Eaton, Timothy Harvie Laudato si’ and Animal Well-Being: Food Ethics in a Throwaway Culture
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Daniel R. DiLeo Laudato si’ and Climate Change Communications: Public Theology Informed by the Social Sciences
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Terence McGoldrick Indigenous Community Cooperatives: A New Paradigm for Integral Ecology
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Philip Booth Ethics in Economics: Lessons and Themes for Further Development from Oeconomicae et pecuniariae quaestiones
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Kate Ward Consumer Ethics in a Global Economy: How Buying Here Causes Injustice There
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Martin Schlag, Jeanne Buckeye Building Institutions for the Common Good: The Purpose and Practice of Business in an Inclusive Economy
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Mary Hirschfeld The Economic Common Good and Institutions
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Martin Schlag Building Institutions for the Economic Common Good: A Response to Mary Hirschfeld
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Clemens Sedmak The Common Good as Principle for Business
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Stefano Zamagni The Common Good as Principle for Business
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Robert G. Kennedy Response to Zamagni and Sedmak: The Common Good as Principle for Business
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Ernest S. Pierucci Wonder, the Person, and the Common Good in Catholic Social Teaching
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Robert Rebman Corporate Responsibility, Catholic Social Teaching, and the Common Good: Reporting, Accountability, and Stakeholder Action
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Richard Turnbull A Protestant View of the Common Good
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Klaus Baumann Health and Social Welfare Economy and the Common Good: Responsibilities of Society, Church and State—A Catholic Perspective
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T. Dean Maines, Paul J. Wojda CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center: Realizing the Common Good in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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