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Rethinking Poverty

Engels | Paperback | 9780268022235 | 216 pagina's

James Bailey, James P. Bailey - 9780268022235


Engels | Paperback | 9780268022235 | 216 pagina's

"This book supplies the connections between prophetic but general calls for economic justice and participation, and the concrete policies and practices necessary to advance those ideals as reality. Bailey directly critiques discriminatory economic institutions in the U.S., but also implicitly critiques prior Catholic voices that have fallen far short of inspiring effective reform because they do not identify and attack underlying assumptions behind the 'personal responsibility' models of prosperity."ùLisa Sowle Cahill, Boston College

"Bailey combines his deep understanding of the Catholic social justice tradition, his firm grasp of contemporary moral philosophy, and his perceptive analysis of U.S. poverty debates and policies to forge something new and exciting for each. Bailey's most significant contribution is his compelling case for the Church to establish, or reestablish, asset and property ownership at the heart of its mission to reduce poverty, enhance human dignity, and achieve a more just society."ùRay Boshara, New America Foundation

"Poverty may be with us always; but seldom do we have such a wise and timely book. Drawing upon Catholic social teaching and Martha Nussbaum's capability theory, Bailey underscores the role of asset formation in understanding and alleviating poverty. Erudite, but never arid, Rethinking Poverty is indispensable reading for students and scholars who would make the 'option for the poor' their own today."ùWilliam O'Neill, S.J., Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University


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Rethinking Poverty Engels | Paperback | 9780268022235 | 216 pagina's
Verschijningsdatumseptember 2010
Aantal pagina's216 pagina's
AuteurJames Bailey | James P. Bailey
Co-auteurJames P. Bailey
UitgeverUniversity Of Notre Dame Press
Extra groot lettertypeNee
SubtitelIncome, Assets, and the Catholic Social Justice Tradition
Thema Qualifier Code1KBB
Thema Subject CodeJBFC , JPRB , QRMB1

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