1. The contemporary problem of self love; 2. Self love in Christian ethics; 3. A hermeneutical account of self-relation; 4. Right self love; 5. Self love and moral action; 6. Self love, religion and morality.
In this book, Darlene Fozard Weaver challenges contemporary culture's promotion of self-realization and argues for proper self love.
DARLENE FOZARD WEAVER is Assistant Professor of Theology at the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, Villanova University.
"In her thorough study, a contribution to a prestigious series, Darlene Fozard Weaver addresses a central and fairly neglected theme: the meaning and moral implications of proper self-love." Theological Studies "This book provides very refreshing and illuminating perspective on many issues, as Weaver carefully brings out the insights of hermeneutical theories to the crowded and confused field of Christian discourse on love." Journal of Religion