James V. Schall, S. J. -- Georgetown University

ESSAYS ON NATURAL LAW.

 

"Culture and Human Rights," America, 138 (January 7, 1978), 14-17.

 

"Culture, Multiculturalism, Culture Wars, and the Universal Culture," Journal of Texas Catholic History and Culture 5 (1994), 11-24.

 

"Generalization and Concrete Activity in Natural Law Theory," Archiv fur Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, (#2, 1959), 161-92.

 

"Human Rights as an Ideological Project," The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 32 (1987), 47-61.

 

"The Intellectual Context of Natural Law," The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 38 (1993), 85-108.

 

"King Herod as a Natural Law Thinker," Veritas, I (September/October, 1997), 7-8.

 

"Natural Law -- Aristotle," Vera Lex, VII (#1, 1987), 11-12.

 

"Natural Law and Economics," Religion & Liberty, 3 (May/June, 1993), 3-6.

 

"Natural Law and the Law of Nations: Some Theoretical Considerations," Fordham International Law Review, 15 (#4, 1991-92), 997-1030.

 

"Natural Law in the Medieval Intellectual Context," Modern Age, 28 (Spring/Summer, 1984), 228-35.

 

"On Being Dissatisfied with Compromises: Natural Law and Human Rights," The Seventh Annual Brendan Brown Lecture, Loyola Law Review, New Orleans, XXXVIII (#2, 1992), 289-309.

 

"On the Christian Statement of the Natural Law," in Christianity and Politics (Boston: St. Paul Editions, 1981), pp. 213-42.

 

"Second Thoughts on Natural Rights," Faith & Reason, 1 (Winter, 1975-76), 44-59.