Charles Camosy

Dr. Charles Camosy grew up in the cornfields of Wisconsin, but has enjoyed living and teaching in the Bronx. A theme running throughout his work is the fostering of intellectual solidarity between political groups and ethical approaches which find conversation difficult. A Roman Catholic anthropology, which refuses to choose to between individually- and communally-construed understandings of personal dignity, is particularly important and useful in this regard.

He has tried to put this intellectual solidarity into practice as the founding member of the organizing committee for an international conference designed to think and speak differently about abortion, as the founder and co-director of the Catholic Conversation Project, and as an editor and contributor for catholicmoraltheology.com.

Dr. Camosy currently serves on the ethics committee of the Children’s Hospital of New York and on the advisory board of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good. He also co-convenes the bioethics section for the Catholic Theological Society of America and the ethics section for the College Theology Society. He is thrilled to be a part of the international working group “Contending Modernities” which will spend three years exploring how Catholicism, Islam and Secular Liberalism can productively interact in the public sphere with regard to difficult ethical issues.
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