April 1972
America;4/15/1972, Vol. 126 Issue 15, p404
The author reflects on the article "New Credentials for Moralists," by Brian O' Connell published February 19, 1972. According to the author, the article discusses the division of ethics to morality and social sciences. An overview of the tasks performed by the two divisions is offered. The author believes that a definitive ethical direction is the goal of Father Brian's division of labor.


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