Defending Human Personhood: Some Insights from Natural Law
Christian Scholars Review
The article discusses the central issue of ethics, which is human personhood. It explains that the term personhood connotes the idea that humans are members of a moral community and that they have moral rights and privileges. The article also states that ethics and morality refer to the norms by which moral agents live and treat each other. In line with this, the article also highlights the principles of personhood and natural law, which is said to be the rational understanding of certain moral truths that are common to all moral agents.
Personhood, natural law
Sullivan, D. M. (2008). Defending Human Personhood: Some Insights from Natural Law. Christian Scholars Review, 37 (3), 289-302.