Persons and the Point of the Law
58 J. Cath. Legal Stud. 101 (2019) forthcoming
This short essay is a comment and reflection on a manuscript by Professors John Breen and Lee
Strang, "A Light Unseen: A History of Catholic Legal Education in the United States." It is based on remarks presented at a February 14, 2020 conference, sponsored by the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies and the Center for Law and Religion at St. John's University School of Law. It
addresses, among other things, Breen and Strang's argument that a Catholic law school should have a distinctive "intellectual architecture" and proposes that a distinctive moral anthropology -- that is, an account of what the human person is and is for -- can provide that "architecture."
Persons and the Point of the Law,
58 J. Cath. Legal Stud. 101 (2019) forthcoming.
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