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God and Moral Law: On the Theistic Explanation of Morality 1st Edition

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"It speaks to the richness of Murphy's discussion that there isn't space enough to discuss all of the issues raised in his proposal of moral concurrentism. His view does satisfy the criteria of immediacy and incompleteness that Murphy proposes. And insofar as these criteria are important to adjudicating among competing theories of theistic explanation, moral concurrentism has an advantage over standard natural law theory and the various forms of theological voluntarism. The book also contains very interesting discussions of the relation between theories of natural law and moral law, theories of occasionalism, conservationism and concurrentism, the relation of moral necessitation to moral obligation, and a fascinating, all-too-brief discussion of moral miracles."--Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews


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Mark C. Murphy is McDevitt Chair of Religious Philosophy at Georgetown University. He writes on ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of law, and philosophy of religion. He is the author of several books, including Natural Law and Practical Rationality (2001), An Essay on Divine Authority (2002), and Natural Law in Jurisprudence and Politics (2006).

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