John Paul II, John Courtney Murray, and the Relationship Between Civil Law and Moral Law: A Constructive Proposal for Contemporary American Pluralism
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KeywordsCatholic social thought; law and morality; John Paul II; John Courtney Murray; civil law and moral law; religious pluralism; public morality; public discourse; church and state;
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