2 edition of Justice and the social order found in the catalog.
Justice and the social order
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Emil Brunner ; translated by Mary Hottinger.|
|LC Classifications||JC578 B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 304 p.|
|Number of Pages||304|
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A highly useful book expressing Justice and the social order book Protestant perspective on politics. Brunner represents a middle way on economic questions (contending against both a liberal anarchism and a communistic totalitarianism), a defense of social conservatism on the family, and realism (but most definitely not a Realpolitik) on questions of international law/5.
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Justice and Social Order. Brunner, Emil/ Hottinger, Mary. To violate the order of justice by dis-orderly passion is one thing; to set up dis-order as a principle of order is a very different thing. Wrong as a setting aside of order is evil; wrong as a system, as an approved and permanent perversion of a just order, is intolerable.
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