The Experience of Obligation: The Enduring Promise of Levinas for Theological Ethics
Emmanuel Levinas has proven a major figure in twentieth-century phenomenology and ethics.
Heidegger, phenomenology and ethics at the beginning of life
Intellectual stalemate in the abortion debate can be traced in part to its being framed as a standoff between religion and secular philosophy.
Hans Reinders, the prominent Dutch theorist, has written a very moving book about disability. But there are problems with it.