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THE VIRTUOUS COOPERATOR: MODELING THE HUMAN IN AN ECOLOGICALLY ENDANGERED AGE

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A theological model of the human is needed to prompt responsible thinking about and acting within the physical world. Some basic components for modeling the human as a virtuous cooperator appear in the teachings of Thomas Aquinas. When appropriated cautiously and informed broadly by contemporary scientific findings, this model provides a promising way of thinking about humans in relation to other species and ecological systems, a framework for acting responsibly, and the motivation for making this behavior habitual.

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2003-03-01
2016-09-27

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