Resisting Throwaway Culture
A Consistent Life Ethic, especially one which embraces Pope Francis’ challenge to resist throwaway culture, has the capacity to unite people who for the last several decades imagined themselves in a polarized culture war.
About the Speaker
Charles C. Camosy grew up in the cornfields of Wisconsin, but is grateful to be teaching in the Bronx. A theme running throughout his work is the fostering of intellectual solidarity between political and ethical approaches which find conversation difficult. A Roman Catholic anthropology which refuses to choose to between individually- and communally-construed understandings of personal dignity is particularly important in this regard.
Posted on January 29, 2020