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Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors

by Bernard J. Verkamp

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  • 30 Currently reading

Published by University of Scranton Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethics & Moral Philosophy,
  • Warfare & Defence,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Theology,
  • Christian Theology - Ethics,
  • Medieval,
  • Religion / Christianity / Theology / Ethics,
  • Christian Theology - General,
  • Conduct of life,
  • Forgiveness of sin,
  • Religious life,
  • Soldiers,
  • Christianity - Theology - Ethics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8843706M
    ISBN 10158966129X
    ISBN 109781589661295

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Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors by Bernard J. Verkamp Download PDF EPUB FB2

This work is the first book-length study devoted exclusively to a scholarly and systematic analysis of how soldiers returning from battle have been, or should be, treated morally.

Long-scattered historical material is pulled together from a variety of sources to show why and how the early medieval custom of imposing penances on returning warriors first originated, and then, by the.

Despite its title, this book does not really provide a thorough examination of the moral treatment of returning warriors in the early medieval period. Verkamp has made a survey of other people's studies of medieval theological writings, so the notes in the back of this book are helpful.

The same can be said of Verkamp's material on "modern times."/5(3). Get this from a library. The moral treatment of returning warriors in early medieval and modern times. [Bernard J Verkamp] -- "This work is the first book-length study devoted exclusively to a scholarly and systematic analysis of how soldiers returning from battle have been, or should be, treated morally.

Long-scattered. Soldiers returning from war have always exhibited signs of psychological and emotional Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors book.

In this book, Bernard J. Verkamp argues that the contemporary response to such symptoms—psychiatric treatment and therapy—is only a partial solution, and that when dealing with soldiers’ emotions of guilt and shame we would benefit greatly from a consideration of the 3/5(1).

Despite its title, this book does not really provide a thorough examination of the moral treatment of returning warriors in the early medieval period. Verkamp has made a survey of other people's studies of medieval theological writings, so the notes in the back of this book are helpful.

The same can be said of Verkamp's material on "modern times."/5. The Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors in Early Medieval and Modern Times by Bernard J. Verkamp. Paperback: pages Publisher: University of Scranton Press; New Ed edition (Decem ).

Bernard J. Verkamp’s The Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors (University of Scranton Press) is a tour de force of research on the practice of Author: John William Mcmullen. This work is the first book-length study devoted exclusively to a scholarly and systematic analysis of how soldiers returning from battle have been, or should be, treated morally.

Long-scattered historical material is pulled together from a variety of sources to show why and how the early medieval custom of imposing penances on returning warriors first originated, and then, by the 3/5(1).

Treatment of Modern Warriors A Need for Conscience Sensitive Therapy: a clinician's reflections upon reading The Moral treatment of Returning Warriors in Early Medieval and Modern Times John E.

Sullivan, MSW, LCSW This essay couples excerpts from Professor Bernard J. Verkamp‟s book, The Moral Treatment of Returning. Moral treatment of returning warriors in medieval and modern times.

Scranton, PA: University of Scranton Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Bernard J Verkamp.

Soldiers returning from war have always exhibited signs of psychological and emotional distress. In this book, Bernard J.

Verkamp argues that the contemporary response to such symptoms--psychiatric treatment and therapy--is only a partial solution, and that when dealing with soldiers' emotions of guilt and shame we would benefit greatly from a consideration of the religiously.

Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors in the Early Middle Ages. Bernard J. Verkamp - - Journal of Religious Ethics 16 (2) - Moral Equality, Victimhood and the Sovereignty Symmetry Problem. As Bernard J. Verkamp explains in his important work, The Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors in Early Medieval and Modern Times, in the early Middle Ages, Christian knights returning from war were required to do penance for acts committed during wartime that were seen as “sinful” (including injuring and killing other humans), even if the.

Book Review: The Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors in Early Medieval and Modern Times, Professor Bernard J. Verkamp Sullivan, John E. Name: SullivanRev Author: John E. Sullivan.

But, as people like Bernard VerKamp, in his book, The Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors in Early Medieval and Modern Times, point out, the therapeutic community, as vitally important as it is in this overall project, has a different approach to concepts like sin, evil, guilt, conscience, moral pain, contrition, confession, and absolution.

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This book outlines the moral consequences of war on the participating soldiers. It is concerned only with the impact on U.S. soldiers.

We have all heard of PTSD, but the author makes a convincing case that much more is going on, he calls this moral injury/5. A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series.

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Richard Wrangham and Dale Peterson, Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence (Houghton Mifflin, ). Other Recommended Readings: Anthony Coates, The Ethics of War (Manchester University Press. The Moral Treatment of Returning Warriors in Early Medieval and Modern Times (Click on book image to order from The University of Chicago Press.) "This work is the first book-length study devoted exclusively to a scholarly and systematic analysis of how soldiers returning from battle have been, or should be, treated morally.Moral injury is a complex trauma related syndrome involving a correlation of biological, psychological, social, and spiritual symptoms that can have substantial impact upon health and well-being.

This paper argues for a holistic bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach to moral injury, by including chaplaincy in the screening and treatment of moral injury among actively serving Cited by: 2. When I sat down to read Soul Repair: Recovering from Moral Injury after War, I expected a serious and reflective dissertation on the moral consequences of war, specifically as it relates to the deep and soul-breaking trauma experienced by those we send to fight our wars.I expected to hear stories from those willing to be profiled for the purpose of the discussion, /5.