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Synonyms for ethician

a philosopher who specializes in ethics


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Then NT ethicians could begin to specify the love commandment into some notions about sexuality, possessions, power, and freedom which make ethical sense out of the frequent occurrence of "porneia," "ploutos," "exousia", and "eleutheria" in the NT writings.
A shift from local to global concerns among media ethicians during the 1980s was heralded by Anne Van der Meiden's edited collection, Ethics and Mass Communication (1980), which directed the movement towards a "methodical, cross-cultural approach to communication ethics," and "the first comprehensive treatment of ethics by an international network of scholars, Communication Ethics and Global Change, edited by Thomas W.
At any rate, it is not an approach to morality that makes possible dialogue or discussion with secular ethicians.
It's not surprising that when the idea of ethics consulting caught on, academic ethicians were recruited to define and execute the task, and not surprising that many of them would tend to envision it in the prevailing mode of mid-twentieth-century ethics as quasi-scientific theory building and testing.
At Padua only a few members of the Redemptorist order were present, mostly because in 2006 they had their international meeting of Redemptorist theological ethicians in Bogota, and few were inclined to travel to a second international conference.
In the third part, I examine two trends in theological ethics that strengthen our ability to respond to these crises: that ethicians are becoming more theological and more historical.
While Catholic ethicians worry that IVF demeans and harms the child, Jewish ethicians urge the importance of parental love and care to offset the technological intervention in the procreative process.
I would argue that theologians, church historians, ethicians, and biblical scholars--in their own way--provide analogous care to those in Church and society who are suffering pain, depression, and loss of hope.
It will also be helpful to ethicians, for there is a popular tendency to dismiss too easily the relevance of the biblical message for our moral lives.
Certainly critical social ethicians might probe a bit more deeply into the presumptions and implications that lie behind this notion, and although B.
Christian ethicians will find this book very useful even if they disagree with some of S.