Vol. 4 Nbr. 2, June 2006
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- Introductory remarks.
- The nature of marriage and its various aspects.
- The Holy See and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: working toward a legal anthropology of human rights and the family.
- Judging marriage: an experiment in morals and conduct.
- If marriage is natural, why is defending it so hard? Taking up the challenge to marriage in the pews and the public square.
- Marriage and the family in economic theory and policy.
- Covenant marriage: an achievable legal response to the inherent nature of marriage and its various goods.
- An anthropology for the family law of indis/solubility.
- The crisis over the institution of marriage and contemporary bioethics.
- Tradition and development in the Catholic Church's teaching on marriage: a response to Cardinal Trujillo.
- The seduction of Lydia Bennet: toward a general theory of society, marriage, and the family.
- Genetic liberty, genetic property: protecting genetic information.