Who is my neighbor? : personalism and the foundations of human rights /

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Williams, Thomas D., LC
Format: Book
Published: Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, [2005]
Online Access:Table of contents
Table of Contents:
  • Part one: Rights in the crosshairs
  • Defining human rights
  • Some needed nuances
  • The church and human rights
  • Part two: The case against rights
  • The accusation of nonexistence
  • The accusation of inseparability
  • The accusation of innovation
  • Part three: A new solution to an old problem : thomistic personalism
  • A personalism primer
  • The person according to personalism
  • Dignity and its due
  • The two loves
  • From love to human rights
  • Christ and human dignity
  • Part four: Human rights and classical ethics
  • Natural law
  • Natural justice
  • Natural rights in classical theory
  • Part five: Towards an ethics of solidarity
  • Who is my neighbor?