In keeping with SCU’s Catholic and Jesuit values Social Justice is part of an overall tradition of humanistic studies which prizes scholarship and creative work that advance human understanding, illuminating the most significant problems in society - especially those issues which affect its most disadvantaged members. This Social Justice themed scholarship series pulls together works by SCU scholars across all disciplines centered on the concept of fair and just relations between the individual and society across a broad spectrum of social issues.

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Submissions from 1998

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A proposed psychological assessment protocol for applicants to religious life in the Roman Catholic Church, Thomas G. Plante and Marcus T. Boccaccini

Submissions from 1995

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Niccolò Machiavelli—Adviser of Princes, Philip J. Kain

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Coping with stress among Salvadoran immigrants, Thomas G. Plante, Gerdenio M. Manuel, Ana V. Menendez, and David Marcotte

Submissions from 1994

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Mongo Beti and Jean Marc Éla: Literary and Christian Liberation in Cameroon, John C. Hawley

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We Wretched of the Earth: The Search for a Language of Justice, John C. Hawley

Submissions from 1993

Marx and Modern Political Theory: From Hobbes to Contemporary Feminism, Philip J. Kain

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Marx, Housework, and Alienation, Philip J. Kain

Submissions from 1992

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Jose Maria Arguedas, Ngugi wa Thiong’o and the Search for a Language of Justice, John C. Hawley

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Aristotle, Kant, and the Ethics of the Young Marx, Philip J. Kain

Marx and Pluralism, Philip J. Kain

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Modern Feminism and Marx, Philip J. Kain

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The Persian Gulf War: Civilian war related stress and the influence of age, religious faith, and war attitude, Thomas G. Plante and Gerdenio M. Manuel

Submissions from 1991

Marx and Ethics, Philip J. Kain

Submissions from 1990

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Rousseau, the General Will, and Individual Liberty, Philip J. Kain

Submissions from 1989

Mary Barton: The Inside View from Without, John C. Hawley

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Kant's Political Theory and Philosophy of History, Philip J. Kain

Submissions from 1988

Locke and the Development of Political Theory, Philip J. Kain

Submissions from 1986

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Responses to Charles Kingsley’s Attack on Political Economy., John C. Hawley

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Marx, Justice, and the Dialectic Method, Philip J. Kain

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The Young Marx and Kantian Ethics, Philip J. Kain

Submissions from 1979

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Estrangement and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat, Philip J. Kain