Callahan, Daniel (J.)
CALLAHAN, Daniel (J.)
CALLAHAN, Daniel (J.). American, b. 1930. Genres: Education, Ethics, Humanities, Law, Medicine/Health, Politics/Government, Theology/Religion. Career: Teaching Fellow in Roman Catholic Studies, Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, MA, 1961-68: Staff member, 1961-67, and Exec Ed., 1967-68, Commonweal, NYC; Hastings Center, Briarcliff Manor, NY, president, 1969-96, senior research associate, 1996-. Recipient, National Catholic Book Award, 1964, Thomas More Medal, 1970. Publications: The Mind of the Catholic Layman, 1963; Honesty in the Church, 1965; The New Church, 1966; (co) The Role of Theology in the University, 1967; Abortion; Law, Choice and Morality, 1970; Ethics and Population Limitation, 1971; The American Population Debate, 1972; The Tyranny of Survival and Other Pathologies of Civilized Life, 1973; Setting Limits; Medical Goals in an Aging Society, 1987; What Kind of Life? The Limits of Medical Progress, 1990; The Troubled Dream of Life, 1993; False Hopes, 1998. EDITOR: (co) Christianity Divided, 1961; Federal Aid and Catholic Schools, 1964; Generation of the Third Eye, 1965; The Secular City Debate, 1967; The Catholic Case for Contraception, 1969; God, Jesus and Spirit, 1969; (with H.T. Engel-hardt Jr.) Science, Ethics and Medicine, 1976; (with Engelhardt) Knowledge, Value and Belief, 1977; (with Engelhardt) Morals, Science and Sociality, 1978; (with Engelhardt) Knowing and Valuing; The Search for Coinmon Roots, 1980; (with S. Bok) Ethics Teaching in Higher Education, 1980; (with P.G. Clark) Ethical Issues of Population Aid, 1981; (with A.L. Caplan) Ethics in Hard Times, 1981; (with Engelhardt) The Roots of Ethics; Science, Religion and Values, 1981; (with S. Callahan) Abortion: Understanding Differences, 1984; (co-ed.) Applying the Humanities, 1985; (with B. Jennings) Representation and Responsibility; Exploring Legislative Ethics, 1985. Address: Hastings Center, Rt. 9D, Garrison, NY 10524-5555, U.S.A.