Ramsey, Paul

Ramsey, Paul

Paul Ramsey (1913-1988) was one of the leading Protestant ethicists of the 20th century. He taught at Princeton from 1944 and wrote particularly in the areas of medical ethics and just war.

Internet Resources

 

Moral Concepts

Lehmann's Contextual Ethics and the Problem of Truth-Telling, Theology Today, January 1965.Lehmann's response

 

Sexual Ethics

Do You Know Where Your Children Are?, Theology Today, April 1979


Political/Social Ethics

Nuclear War and Vatican Council II, Theology Today, July 1966.

"Washington Knows....?", Theology Today, January 1979.

 

Other

Theological Studies in College and Seminary, Theology Today, January 1961.

 

Profiles & Writings on Ramsey

Obituary, New York Times, Mar 1988

Christine Gudorf, Paul Ramsey's Political Ethics [Review of Attwood], Theological Studies, Dec 1993.

Max Stackhouse, Reviews of Attwood and Long books on Ramsey, Theology Today, Oct 1995.

Albert R. Jonson, The Birth of Bioethics: Who Is Paul Ramsey?, New Preface to Patient as Person, 2001.

 

 

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