In this collection of essays, Richard McCormick addresses the history and meaning of moral theology. The title, Corrective Vision, is intended to describe the significance of moral-theological reflection: opening peoples' eyes to dimensions of reality that may have missed. If moral theology does not do this, McCormick argues, it is utterly dispensable. Richard McCormick is the past-president of the Catholic Theological Society of America. He has taught for more than 35 years and holds 13 honorary degrees.
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