Appeared in Vol. 3 No. 4

In what follows, Germain Grisez pinpoints a central and important consideration for those confused about moral teaching in today’s world: one cannot long adopt certain speci c moral precepts without adopting the entire world view from which such precepts rise. In outlining both the natures and applica- tions of the “old morality “ and the “new morality’’ as consistent world views, Dr. Grisez reveals the total character of each system. Such a service forces one to choose and informs one’s choice.

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