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Author Fleming, Julia A.

Title Defending Probabilism.

Published Washington : Georgetown University Press, 2006.

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Physical description 1 online resource (226 pages)
Series Books at JSTOR All Purchased.
Contents Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Situating Probabilism: The Ethical Theory and Its Significance for Caramuel; Chapter 2 Advocating Probabilism: Caramuel's Early Writings and the Proof-Texts They Provided for His Critics; Chapter 3 Using Probabilism: Avoiding Improbable Warfare and Making Peace with Protestants; Chapter 4 Protecting Probabilism: The Apologema as an Answer to Probabilism's Critics; Chapter 5 Explaining Probabilism: The Apologema's Project of Education; Chapter 6 Redefining Probabilism: The Dialexis de Non-Certitudine.
Afterword: Remembering Probabilism: The Contemporary Significance of Caramuel's LegacyNotes; Index.
Summary Through the centuries, at the heart of Catholic moral theology is a fundamental question: How do we behave responsibly in the face of moral uncertainty? Attempts to resolve problems of everyday life led to the growth of a variety of moral systems, one of which emerged in the early 17th century and was known as probabilism. This method of solving difficult moral cases allowed the believer to rely upon a view that was judged defensible in terms of its arguments or the authorities behind it, even if the opposite opinion was supported by stronger arguments or more authorities. The theologian Juan.
Other author JSTOR, issuing body.
Subject Caramuel Lobkowitz, Juan, 1606-1682.
Probabilism.
Christian ethics.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781589013070 (electronic bk.)
1589013077 (electronic bk.)