By Kevin Jung
Christian Ethics and common-sense Morality is going opposed to the grain of varied postmodern techniques to morality in modern non secular ethics. during this e-book, Jung seeks to supply a brand new framework during which the character of universal Christian ethical ideals and practices should be given a brand new that means. He means that, as soon as significant philosophical assumptions at the back of postmodern theories of morality are known as into query, we may possibly examine Christian morality in rather a special gentle. On his account, Christian morality is a historic morality insofar because it is rooted within the wealthy old traditions of the Christian church. but this type of ancient dependence doesn't entail the evidential dependence of all ethical ideals on ancient traditions. it really is attainable to argue for the epistemic autonomy of ethical ideals, in line with which Christian and different ethical ideals should be justified independently in their historic assets. The particularity of Christian morality lies now not in its specific ancient resources that still functionality because the grounds of justification, yet particularly in its explanatory and motivational capability to extra articulate the type of ethical wisdom that's available to so much humans and to allow humans to behave upon their ethical knowledge.
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Christian Ethics and Commonsense Morality: An Intuitionist Account (Routledge Studies in the Philosophy of Religion) by Kevin Jung