Michael Novak and Yves R. Simon on the common good and

Rourke, Thomas R.
March 1996
Review of Politics;Spring96, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p229
Academic Journal
Compares Michael Novak's theory of the common good with Yves Simon's writing, and evaluates this theory. What Simon's insights reveals about Novak's arguments; Theoretical analysis of Novak's version of the common good; Contradiction between the Catholic and liberal approaches to the organization of society; Grow of Novak's influence; Information on Novak's central argument; Difference in opinions of Novak and Simon.


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