Ethics in Focus  (from Vol 14, No 1 (2020))

After “Morality”: Alasdair MacIntyre and the Teaching of Ethics PDF
Bernard G. Prusak 1-8
On Being Quite a Few Things to Quite a Few People: Ethics Pedagogy as Stratified, Personal, Utopian Nudging PDF
Regan Lance Reitsma 9-33
Moral Education in the Classroom: A Lived Experiment PDF
Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung 34-50
Forming Moral Agents in Bioethics Education “after Morality” PDF
Emily Trancik 51-63
The Story Is the Point: Alasdair MacIntyre, Reading Literature, and Teaching Ethics PDF
Joel James Shuman 64-76
Teach the Stories, not the Debates: On MacIntyre’s Suggestion to Use Novels to Teach Ethics PDF
Jordan Rodgers 77-85
Desire, Conflict, and Tradition in Ethics in the Conflicts of Modernity PDF
Ashleen Menchaca-Bagnulo 86-96
Whose Revolution? Which Future?The Legacy of Alasdair MacIntyre for a Radical Pedagogy in Virtue PDF
M. Therese Lysaught, Daniel P. Rhodes 97-125

Ethics in Focus  (from Vol 12, No 1 (2018))

Just War or Just Peace? The Future of Catholic Teaching on War and Peace PDF
Bernard G. Prusak 1-7
Preventing Unjust War: The Role of the Catholic Church PDF
Roger Bergman 8-19
The Future of (Catholic) Just War Theory: Marginal PDF
Lisa Sowle Cahill 20-32
Just War in the Twenty-First Century: Nonviolence, Post Bellum Justice, and R2P PDF
Drew Christiansen 33-59
Just Peace and Just War PDF
Maryann Cusimano Love 60-71
Jumping into Combat without a Parachute—on Purpose? PDF
Robert H. Latiff 72-79
The Gospels Draw Us Further: A Just Peace Ethic PDF
Eli S. McCarthy 80-102
Must the "Violent Bear It Away"? A Restorative Critique of Just War PDF
William R. O'Neill 103-125
Our Vocation Is Peacebuilding (Construo pacem est nostra vocatione) PDF
Gerard F. Powers 126-141
Why I Shall Continue to Use and Teach Just War Theory PDF
Tobias Winright 142-161

Ethics in Focus  (from Vol 11, No 1 (2017))

The Ethics of Cooperation and the Contraceptive Mandate: Legal, Political, and Moral Dimensions PDF
Bernard G. Prusak 1-14
Co-operation in the Age of Hobby Lobby: When Sincerity is Not Enough PDF
David S. Oderberg 15-30
Religious Doctrine and the HHS Mandate PDF
Charles F. Capps 31-43
Coerced Proximate Contingent Material Cooperation: An Analysis of the HHS Contraceptive Mandate PDF
T.A. Cavanaugh 44-59
Presence, Privilege, and Moral Appropriation: Reading Zubik as an Act of Protest PDF
Kate Ward 60-71

Ethics in Focus  (from Vol 10, No 1 (2016))

Ethics after Kohlberg: Catholic Social Teaching as Example and Test PDF
Bernard G. Prusak 1-7
Catholic Social Teaching: Transforming Students, Transforming Society PDF
Jennifer Reed-Bouley 8-16
"Justice Matters": A Multi-Faceted Implementation of Catholic Social Teaching across the Curriculum PDF
Jerome Zurek 17-31
Faculty as Moral Gardeners: Formation Rooted in the Catholic Social Tradition PDF
Margarita M. Rose 32-39
Framing Student Appropriation of Catholic Social Teachings and Tradition PDF
Heather Mack 40-51

The Idea of a Catholic College  (from Vol 9, No 1 (2015))

Editor's Introduction PDF
Bernard G. Prusak 31-32
The Catholic Intellectual Tradition and American Catholic Higher Education PDF
Alexander R. Eodice 33-40
Newman and the Virtue of Philosophy PDF
Jonathan J. Sanford 41-55
Identity and the Catholic University: Culture or Epistemology? PDF
Ilia Delio, O. S. F. 56-68
Imagining How to Be Christ-Like Together PDF
Karen Eifler, Charles Gordon, C. S. C 69-77
Educating for Shalom PDF
Cornelius Plantinga, Jr. 78-89
Pre-Christian Classics in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition PDF
Kim Paffenroth 90-95
Philosophy, Theology, and the Core Curriculum: Case Studies at the University of St. Thomas PDF
Stephen J. Laumakis 96-105

Ethics in Focus  (from Vol 8, No 2 (2014))

The Ethics of Metaethics: On Thomas Nagel’s Mind and Cosmos PDF
Bernard G. Prusak 1-10
The Peculiar Flavor of Nagel’s Metaethics PDF
Regan Lance Reitsma 11-25
Explaining Value: Nagel on Normative Realism and the Teleology of Evolution PDF
Micah Lott 26-37
Dissolving the Debunker’s Puzzle PDF
Terence Cuneo 38-49
Evolution and Value PDF
Francisco J. Ayala 50-58

Ethics in Focus (from Vol 7, No 1 (2013))

Ethics Education: More Than a Good Idea? PDF
Bernard G. Prusak 16-21
Learning from the Labs: Reimagining Ethics Instruction PDF
Karen Adkins, Abigail Gosselin 22-32
Mearsheimer’s Mistakes: Why Colleges Should (and Inevitably Do) Provide Moral Guidance PDF
Gregory Bassham 33-41
What’s the Purpose of Ethics Education? PDF
Ronald Duska 42-52
The Virtue of Teaching Theological Ethics PDF
Daniel J. Issing, C. S. C. 53-63
Why Teach Moral Development? PDF
D. Kay Johnston 64-71
Educating for Ethical Engagement: Teaching Ethics to Graduate and Professional Students PDF
Toby Schonfeld 72-87