Shaping the Moral Life: An Approach to Moral Theology
by Klaus Demmer
translated by Roberto Dell’Oro
Georgetown University Press, 2000
Paper: 978-0-87840-791-0
Library of Congress Classification BJ1249.D4313 2000
Dewey Decimal Classification 241.042

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

Although he is one of the most influential Catholic theologians in Europe, very few of Klaus Demmer's writings are available in English. This translation of his well-known work on moral theology introduces Demmer's thought to English-speaking audiences.

In an original synthesis of scholastic and continental philosophy, Demmer brings the Catholic moral tradition into conversation with contemporary philosophical schools—transcendental, hermeneutical, and analytical—to fashion a moral theology in the spirit of the Second Vatican Council. He shows the richness of the neoscholastic tradition in shaping and being shaped by our contemporary self-understanding.

A complete bibliography of Demmer's works will assist readers in seeking out more of his writings.


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