Tragic dilemmas

jackson-meyer_dilemmasKate Jackson-Meyer, who graduated from Boston College with a Ph.D. in theological ethics, will discuss key themes from her new book, Tragic Dilemmas in Christian Ethics (Georgetown University Press, 2022), at Boston College’s Boisi Center on October 21. [See link for time and registration details.] Jackson-Meyer is a John and Daria Barry Postdoctoral Fellow at the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University and the assistant program director of the Harvard Catholic Forum. Her research focuses on issues at the intersection of fundamental moral theology and social ethics. In Tragic Dilemmas in Christian Ethics, Jackson-Meyer recognizes and develops a new theological understanding of tragic dilemmas (moral dilemmas that involve great tragedy) rooted in moral philosophy, contemporary case studies, and psychological literature on moral injury.

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