Neuhaus, Richard John
January 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1997, Issue 69, p61
Deals with the argument of law professors and philosophers John Finnis, Robert George and Martha Nussbaum regarding the Colorado Amendment 2 case that opposes homosexuality. Position of philosophers Plato and Aristotle on homosexual acts according to Nussbaum; Opinion made by the magazine "Lingua Franca" on the issue.


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