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4/01/2016 10:08 am  #1

R.M. Adams’ Divine Resemblance Ethics

A brief message: is anyone here familiar with R.M. Adams Divine Resemblance ethical theory as yet out in Infinite and Finite Goods?  Ethics usually isn't my forte but I confess I’d be interested in hearing more of his account, often misleadingly billed as a Divine Command theory (as Greg is want to remind us that term is wide enough to include NL under certain accounts), as a more theocentric alternative to Natural Law Theory.



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