Friendship, Poignancy and Paradox
Truth and Faith in Ethics: This addition to the St Andrews Studies series contains a wide-ranging collection of essays on all aspects of moral philosophy and its impact upon public life in the twent-first century. The book brings together ethicists from a variety of traditions interested in moral truth and its relation to religious faith. A key theme is interaction between major Catholic thinkers with philosophers from non-religious traditions. Topics include reason and religion, natural law, God and morality, anti-consequentialism, rights and virtues. [Exerpt from publisher's website retrieved from: http://www.booksonix.com/imprint/bookshop/]
Lynch, S. (2011). Friendship, poignancy and paradox. In H. Ramsay (Ed.). Truth and faith in ethics (pp. 164-176). Exeter, United Kingdom: Imprint Academic.