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Von Hügel Institute

for Critical Catholic Inquiry
 

Dr Diana Beech

  • ‘A Soul for European Science: Exploring the New Renaissance in the European Research Area’, in Chaplin, J. and Wilton G. (eds), God and the EU: Faith in the European Project (London: Routledge, 2016)

Dr Elif Cetin

  • ‘The Italian Left and Italy’s (Evolving) Foreign Policy of Immigration Controls’, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 20/3 (2015), 377-397

Dr Thana de Campos

  • ‘The Well-Being Conception of Health, and the Conflation Problem’, The New Bioethics 22/1 (2016), 71-81
  • ‘The Idea of Patents vs. the Idea of University’, The New Bioethics 21/2 (2015), 164-176

Prof Christian Göbel

  • ‘Bildungs-Gang. Bildung in F.C. Delius‘ Erzählung «Bildnis der Mutter als junge Frau»’ [The Path of Education. Education in F.C. Delius‘ novel «Portrait of the Mother as a Young Woman»], Magazin für Kunst, Kultur, Theologie, Ästhetik, 93 (2015), http://www.theomag.de/93/chg1.htm
  • [edit. & transl.] Leonardo Messinese, Heideggers Kritik der abendländischen Metaphysik und Logik. Ein kritischer Dialog [Heidegger’s Critique of Western Metaphysics and Logic. A Critical Dialogue], Translated from the Italian and edited by Christian Göbel. (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2015)
  • Philosophie und Ökumene. Überlegungen zur Logik des Christentums im Ausgang von Anselm von Canterbury [Philosophy and Ecumenism. Anselm of Canterbury and the Logic of Christianity], (Münchner Theologische Beiträge, 16; München: Utz, 2015)
  • [transl.] Norbert Fischer, ‘Kant as Pastor’, in R. Clewis (ed.), Reading Kant’s Lectures (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015), 392-408
  • Glücksgarant Bundeswehr? Ethische Schlaglichter auf einige neuere Studien des ZMSBw im Kontext von Sinn und Glück des Soldatenberufs, Innerer Führung und Einsatz-Ethos [Can the Armed Forces Guarantee Happiness? Ethical Reflections on Some Recent Studies of the ZMSBw], (Berlin: Miles, 2016).

Dr David Elliot

  • ‘Defining the Relationship Between Health and Well-being in Bioethics’, The New Bioethics 22/1 (2016), 4-17

Prof John Loughlin

  • ‘European Integration: A Catholic Perspective’, in J. Chaplin and G. Wilton (eds), God and the EU: Faith in the European Project (London: Routledge, 2016)

Dr Philip McCosker

  • Co-editor (with Denys Turner), Cambridge Companion to the Summa Theologiæ of Thomas Aquinas (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016).
  • ‘From the Joy of the Gospel to the Joy of Christ: Situating and Expanding the Christology of Evangelii Gaudium’, Ecclesiology 12:1 (2016), 34–53
  • ‘Grace’, in McCosker and Turner (eds), The Cambridge Companion to the Summa Theologiae of Thomas Aquinas (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016), 205-21
  • ‘Sitit Sitiri: Apophatic Christologics of Desire’, in Eric Bugyis and David Newheiser (eds), Desire, Faith, and the Darkness of God (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2015), 391-413

Dr Simon Ravenscroft

  • ‘Charité, amour et don dans l'oeuvre d'Ivan Illich’, in Martin Fortier and Thierry Paquot (eds), Ivan Illich, l'alchimiste des possibles (Paris: Lemieux, 2016)
  • ‘Modernity and the Economics of Gift and Charity: On Ivan Illich’s Critique of Abstract Philanthropy’, Telos 174 (2016), 149-170
  • Extended review of Todd Hartch, The Prophet of Cuernavaca: Ivan Illich and the Crisis of the West, in Reviews in Religion and Theology 23 (2016), 45-49

Dr Lidia Ripamonti

  • ‘Disability, Diversity, and Autism: Philosophical Perspectives on Health’, The New Bioethics, 22/1 (2016), 56-70

Dr Sara Silvestri

  • Co-authored (with James Mayall), The Role of Religion in Conflict and Peacebuilding, (London: British Academy, 2015)
  • Co-authored (with C. Hill and E. Cetin), ‘Migration and the Challenges of Italian Multiculturalism’, in M. Carbone and S. Piattoni, S. (eds), Politica in Italia / Italian Politics Yearbook (Milan: Berghahn Books, 2016)

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