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TMCE 8546 Social Sin, Responsibility, Accountability and Justice (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course builds on Catholic social teaching found in the magisterial documentary history and brings the insights on social sin to bear on responsibility, accountability, and justice. Attention will be given to primary sources in light of the contemporary critique of abusive/sinful practices among persons with institutionalized power and authority exposed in anti-racist, post-colonial, and liberation thought. The course a) presents the common good as justice developed in these traditions, b) explores responsibility for the social, economic, educational, health, legal, and political status of vulnerable persons, and c) considers accountability by realizing the preferential option for the poor.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Mary Jo Iozzio

Prerequisites: TMCE7008 Fundamental Moral: Introduction to Catholic Social Ethics or TMCE8002 Fundamental Moral: Theological Ethics

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Last Updated: 24-Feb-16