Charles C. Camosy

Charles C. Camosy is Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at Fordham University. He has published numerous articles in publications such as the American Journal of Bioethics, the Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, and Commonweal Magazine. He is the author of four books, most recently Resisting Throwaway Culture.

Articles

  1. The Pro-Life Movement at a Crossroads

    Charles Camosy, Fordham University Associate Professor of Christian Ethics, urges prudence as the present political situation places the pro-life movement at a major crossroads.

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  2. After Failing the Covington Catholic Test

    Charles Camosy, Fordham Associate Professor of Christian Ethics, reconsiders his initial reactions to the Covington Catholic video and the March for Life.

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  3. When the State Kills

    Charles C. Camosy, Life and Dignity Writing Fellow, highlights some very disconcerting facts about the death penalty in the United States.

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  4. The Crisis of Catholic Moral Theology

    Charles Camosy, Fordham University Associate Professor of Christian Ethics, identifies the causes of the crisis in the discipline of Catholic moral theology.

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  5. Humanae Vitae After Planned Parenthood v. Casey

    Charles Camosy, Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at Fordham, analyzes new approaches to fertility that respect and work with the body's ecology.

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  6. Aiming at the Death of Disabled Children

    Charles Camosy, Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at Fordham, discusses the bioethics of healthcare providers aiming at the death of young patients.

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  7. The Cure for a Throwaway Culture

    Charles Camosy, Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at Fordham, follows the lead of Pope Francis in recommending Christian cures for what ails society.

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