James Hanvey SJ is worried by the assumption that ethical decisions should be framed according to rules determined by secular scientists.
Joe Egerton, who has advised on financial regulation since 1986, suggests that London may be better protected than other financial centres thanks to a system of regulation which looks and feels like St Thomas's virtue ethics.
Venezuelan Jesuit, Raúl González Fabre, examines the rise of President Hugo Chavez and the economic and social factors that kept him in power.
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