This book engages with opponents of same-sex marriage on their own turf, morals discourse, and demonstrates that legal and political argumentation is on the side of gay rights advocates on this contemporary vexing issue. The diversity of its authors makes the book suitable for courses in political theory, Constitutional law, American politics, and gay studies.This line of argument is discussed in an essay by Martha Nussbaum in her a Commentary on Parts III and IV, a in Estlund and Nussbaum, eds., Sex, Preference , and Family, p. 327. 44. Quoted in Jennifer Tolbert Roberts, Athens on Trial: The anbsp;...
|Title||:||Moral Argument, Religion, and Same-Sex Marriage|
|Author||:||Gordon A. Babst, Emily R. Gill, Jason A. Pierceson|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2009-09-03|