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  1. Engelhardt’s Diagnosis and Prescription: Persuasive or Problematic?B. Andrew Lustig - 2018 - Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 43 (6):631-649.
    In a spirit of critical appreciation, this essay challenges several core aspects of the critique of secular morality and the defense of Orthodox Christianity offered by H. Tristram Engelhardt in After God. First, I argue that his procedurally driven approach to a binding morality based solely on a principle of permission leaves morality without any substantive definition in general terms, in ways that are both conceptually problematic and also at odds with Engelhardt’s long-standing distinction between non-malevolence and beneficence. Second, I (...)
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