Inequality and Christian Ethics Paperback

by Douglas A. Hicks (University of Richmond, Virginia);

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Inequality and Christian Ethics

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Inequality and Christian Ethics provides a moral and empirical analysis of contemporary social and economic inequality. Drawing on Christian social ethics, political philosophy, and development economics, the book seeks to create an interdisciplinary conversation that illuminates not only the contemporary realities and trends of inequality, but their moral significance as well. It is necessary to examine and understand inequality in various forms - which the book maps out - including disparity in income, education, and health as well as differentials based on race, ethnicity, gender, and nationality. The book draws in particular on the theological ethics of Gustavo Gutierrez and H. Richard Niebuhr to provide a Christian ethical approach to inequality and well-being. It considers the 'capability approach' set forth by Amartya Sen, Nobel laureate in Economics. Sen's framework helps Christians and other persons to add specificity to what the commitment to 'equality before God' would demand in social and economic relations.

Inequality and Christian Ethics by Douglas A. Hicks (University of Richmond, Virginia) was published by Cambridge University Press in September 2000 and is our 65861st best seller. The ISBN for Inequality and Christian Ethics is 9780521787543.

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Details for Inequality and Christian Ethics

Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherCambridge University Press (September 2000)
Number of Pages310
Thickness18 mm
Height216 mm
Width138 mm
Product Code26838
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