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Winter 2015


The article discusses the human dignity of a person. The meaning of human dignity in the philosophy of religion means each and every person value or worth of great respect. In Catholic teachings it believes that human being are created in the image and likeness of God has had the dignity of a person.

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Permission has been granted by The National Catholic Bioethics Center to supply this article for educational and research purposes. More information can be found about The National Catholic Bioethics Center at

Recommended Citation

Christopher Kaczor, “Philosophy and Theology” Reflections on Dignity, National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 15.4 (Winter 2015): 769-774.

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