19 Nov Marriage and the Public Good: Ten Principles
This volume presents conclusions from the Why Marriage is in the Public Interest 2004 Experts Meeting in Princeton, which STI co-sponsored with the Witherspoon Institute. The document was signed by 70 distinguished university professors from academic disciplines as varied as: philosophy, law, political science, ethics, public policy, anthropology, government, theology and history.
The case is presented in the following chapters:
-Current obstacles for family and marriage
– Marriage and the Public Good: Ten Principles.
-Evidence from the Social and Biological Sciences
– Analysis from Political and Moral Philosophy: The Intrinsic Goods of Marriage