Rallying the really human things : the moral imagination in politics, literature, and everyday life / Vigen Guroian.

By: Guroian, Vigen
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Wilmington, Del. : ISI Books, c2005Description: xiv, 254 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 193223649X; 9781932236491; 1932236503 (pbk.); 9781932236507 (pbk.)Subject(s): Christian ethics | Humanism | Imagination (Philosophy) | Philosophy, Modern | Humanistic ethics | Humanism in literature | Political ethics | TranscendentalismAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Rallying the really human things.LOC classification: BJ1251 | .G857 2005
Contents:
G.K. Chesterton : rallying the really human things -- Flannery O'Connor : the art of incarnation -- Russell Kirk : Christian humanism and conservatism -- On fairy tales and the moral imagination -- The moral imagination in an age of sentiments -- The lost children -- On the office of being a good son or daughter -- Family and Christian virtue in a post-Christian world : the vision of John Chrysostom -- On gay marriage -- The virgin and the ivy -- Dorm brothel -- Huxley's mirror -- Why should businessmen read great literature? -- The narrative of freedom -- Nationalism, a non-liberal assessment -- Human rights and modern Western fairh -- Human rights and Christian ethics.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [233]-241) and index.

G.K. Chesterton : rallying the really human things -- Flannery O'Connor : the art of incarnation -- Russell Kirk : Christian humanism and conservatism -- On fairy tales and the moral imagination -- The moral imagination in an age of sentiments -- The lost children -- On the office of being a good son or daughter -- Family and Christian virtue in a post-Christian world : the vision of John Chrysostom -- On gay marriage -- The virgin and the ivy -- Dorm brothel -- Huxley's mirror -- Why should businessmen read great literature? -- The narrative of freedom -- Nationalism, a non-liberal assessment -- Human rights and modern Western fairh -- Human rights and Christian ethics.

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