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Diakonische Identität und die Kultur des Helfens im Kontext angewandter Ethik
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Diaconic Identity and the Culture of Care in the Context of Applied Ethics. How can Christian... mehr
Diakonische Identität und die Kultur des Helfens im Kontext angewandter Ethik
Diaconic Identity and the Culture of Care in the Context of Applied Ethics. How can Christian social service organisations avoid the identity trap of either understanding their work strictly as a human act of general humanity like any other or strictly as awork motivated by and only possible in a specifically Christian world view? Christian ethics as found in the writings of the apostle Paul is on the one hand exclusive in the sense that what Christians ought to do (imperative) is grounded in what they asChristians are (indicative). On the other hand it is inclusive in the way that the basic concepts of its methods of ethical reasoning are not specifically Christian. With its specific proto-ethical resources diaconic identity contributes to and participates ingeneral ethical debates in secular civil society on ethical rules for the fields of professional care and a caring society.