Love, Particular and Universal

A Christian perspective on the Ten Commandments.

Response
Gilbert Meilaender
June 17 2013

To read a text in the company of Leon Kass is always to see things one might otherwise not have seen and to be moved to reflect on hard and complicated questions about the meaning of our humanity. His essay on the Decalogue, patiently building a case for its “enduring moral and political significance,” is no exception. One might engage it from many different angles.

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