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Rahner, K. (1961). Sobre el problema de una ética
existencial formal. En K.
Rahner,Escritos de Teología (J.
Molina, L. G. Ortega, A. P. Sánchez Pascual y E.
Lator, Trads., Vol. II, págs. 225-243).
George, R. P. (2002). Tomando los derechos en
serio. Waldrom y el derecho a hacer el
mal. En R. P.George, Para hacer mejores a
los hombres (C. Ruiz, Trad., págs. 107-
121). Madrid: Eiunsa.
Rawls, J. (2001). Outline of Decision Procedure
for Ethics. En J. Rawls, & S. Freeman
(Ed.), Collected Papers (págs.
1-19). Cambridge, Mass. and London: Harvard
Contribution to book:
Pajer, F. (2006). Formación religiosa y libertad de conciencia en la Unión Europea. En A.
Domingo Moratalla (Ed.), Ciudadanía, religión y educación moral (págs. 143-169).
Neuhaus, R. J. (2002). Iglesia, Estado y democracia en la 'nueva sociedad'. En R. A.
Gahl (Ed.), Más allá del liberalismo (M. T. Bustelo, Trad., págs. 131-142). Madrid:
Hortal, A. (2003). Ética aplicada y conocimiento moral. En A. Cortina & D. García-Marzá
(Eds.), Ética aplicada y democracia radical (págs. 91-119). Madrid: Tecnos.
López, T. (1990). La Doctrina Social de la Iglesia: balance del posconcilio. Scripta
Theologica, 22 (3), 809-842.
Callan, E. (1993). Beyond sentimental civic education. American Journal of Education
Lee, P. & George, R. P. (2008). The Nature and Basis of Human Dignity. Ratio Juris, 21
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