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Unit I: Lecture 1

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David Luy

on 23 January 2016

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Unit I: Lecture 1
Introduction and Orientation to Christian Ethics
Christian Ethics
Morality: Our Native Habitat
Angles and Focal Points
Theological Ethics
Ethics as Navigation
Hesitations
The practical imperative
The theological imperative
Surveying the horizon
Agency and practical reason
Referential deliberation
Sketching moral experience
Practical reason in context
A theological superimposition
Detachment and irrelevance
Abstraction 'from above'
Ethics from the inside
Abstraction 'from below'
Ethics and contextual judgment
What is our 'ultimate' context?
Ethics, theology, and 'wakefulness'
Reasonable action and critical realism
Dialectical cartography
Ethics, prayer, and discipleship
Posture
Action
Intention
Consequences
Past
Analogical Exp.
Character
Future
Motives
Context
Philosophical Foundations
Theological Horizons
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