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Haroutunian, Joseph

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Author(s): Crocco, Stephen D.
[German Version] (Sep 18, 1904, Kahramanmaraş, Turkey – Nov 5, 1968, Chicago, IL), Presbyterian theologian, in the American tradition of pragmatism and J. Edwards. After studying at the American University in Beirut, Union Theological Seminary (New York), and Columbia University, he taught at various American institutions. As a theocentric Protestant, he castigated fundamentalism, liberalism, and early Neo-orthodoxy on the grounds that they were more interested in human sensitivities than in God. …

Ramsey

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Author(s): Crocco, Stephen D.
[English Version] Ramsey, Paul (10.12.1913 Mendenhall, MS – 29.4.1988 Princeton, NJ), prot. Ethiker und Schüler von H.R. Niebuhr in Yale. R. lehrte in Princeton von 1944 bis 1982. Auch wenn seine frühen Schriften seine Begabungen auf dem Gebiet der Moralphilos. und theol. Ethik zeigen, wurde er trotzdem v.a. durch seine scharfsinnigen Analysen von aktuellen moralischen Fragestellungen bekannt. So führte ihn seine Beschäftigung mit der Lehre vom gerechten Krieg dazu, nur mit Widerwillen eine Politik…

Ramsay, Paul

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Author(s): Crocco, Stephen D.
[German Version] (Dec 10, 1913, Mendenhall – Apr 29, Princeton), was a Protestant ethicist and student of H.R. Niebuhr at Yale. Ramsay taught at Princeton University from 1944 to 1982. His early writings show his gifts as a moral philosopher and theological ethicist. However, Ramsay is best known for his penetrating analysis of particular moral issues. His study of the just war tradition led him grudgingly to support limited nuclear deterrence and the Vietnam War. Ramsay used the doctrine of coven…