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“In this festschrift, colleagues and students of Margaret Farley honor her groundbreaking work in feminist ethics, sexual ethics, and medical ethics and her generous labor as a teacher and mentor. Essays here probe the implications of Farley’s work for central theological ethical topics such as vocation, religious freedom, the role of the magisterium in teaching moral truths, virtues in the light of role responsibilities, and autonomy and relationality.” —Horizons
“The superb compilation captures the interdisciplinary, scholarly depth, the ecumenical, interfaith, and global breadth, and the spectrum of active involvement represented in [Margaret] Farley's life work. This volume is a 'must-read' for experts as well as for graduate theology and ethics students.” —Theological Studies
“These 15 essays honor the work of Margaret A. Farley, Gilbert. L. Stark Professor of Christian Ethics at Yale Divinity School. The contributors include some of the most prominent thinkers in Christian theology and ethics.” —Theology Digest
“These essays in honor of Yale Divinity School professor Margaret Farley speak to the issues that have driven Farley’s illustrious career: ethics, feminism, Roman Catholicism and sexuality.” —Publishers Weekly
“Margaret Farley’s students and colleagues honor her in this volume with their wide-ranging essays on feminist approaches to issues Margaret cares about: sexual abuse, contraception, hospitality, same-sex love, and more.” —WATERwheel