|2010 - Present||Richard A. McCormick, S.J., Chair of Catholic Moral Theology, Loyola University Chicago ‐ Department of Theology|
Meta-ethics (e.g. agency, virtues and norms as ethical concepts), Fundamental theological ethics and methods (normative ethics and hermeneutical/experiential ethics), Social and political ethics (human rights and justice, citizenship), Bioethics (reproductive medicine, human genetics, and new technologies), Feminist ethics (existentialist and care ethics), and Aesthetics and ethics (modern literature and narratives as medium of/for ethics).
Featured Works (15)
Autonomy and Care in Medicine
Conference Proceedings from Societas Ethica Annual Conference 2011, The Quest for Perfection. The Future of Medicine/Medicine of the Future (2011)
This paper argues that the core principle of bioethics, autonomy, is rooted both in the 20th century history of the ...