Although the covenantal
moral concept of deep care basically agrees with Gilligan's different voice making a tie between relationship and responsibility, the concept of deep care is distinguished from Gilligan's relational care in that deep care is interested in the moral directive to tie between the "relationless relation" and the "responsibility beyond responsibility.
The solution is that the contract that facilitates market exchange and indirect cooperation presupposes covenantal
elements of sharing and love to be truly human.
When discussing the phenomenon of prophecy and the prophets attempt to heal the rift caused by the people s or ruler s deviation from the covenantal
paradigm, we must take into account the differences of the prophet's role in the northern kingdom of Israel as opposed to the Davidic monarchy in Jerusalem.
A second major change from the original text is the omission of the covenantal
relationship of the physician to his mentor and the mentor's family.
In broad outline, this is a move from autonomy to covenantal
existence, from anxiety to divine abundance, and from acquisitive greed to neighborly generosity.
His desire is that they might change their ways; that they might be restored to the covenantal
relationship with Him; that they might walk in the ways of justice.
My concluding remarks focus upon three approaches the government and citizens could utilize to attempt to reaffirm this important covenantal
Nonetheless, our fragmented, anxious times cry out for the justice, security, and compassion of covenantal
Perhaps there is a covenantal
reason for our dispersion beyond the traditional view of exile as punishment.
Understanding the place of rights, a communitarian can provide a more robust democracy of "a covenantal
people, committed to the ideals and shared understandings that make self-government possible, rewarding, and serf-sustaining" (p.
If, however, the fundamental social compact is a covenant, by extension, we must incorporate covenantal
values and principles within our caring and our ethical analyses.
At the Hilyard Community Center on Tuesday, Bill Northrup said he objects to the registry idea because "it gives city recognition to lower levels of commitment than those found in the covenantal
contract of marriage.