Moral Vision: Seeing the World with Love and Justice
David M. McCarthy and James M. Donohue
Eerdmans, 2018, xii + 195 pp., pbk, £23.38
In the foreword to this book, William C Mattison III writes that ‘Moral Vision is a deeply personal book, one that is full of stories.’ This is true, and perhaps I think one of the weaknesses of the earlier parts of the book. Moral Vision is divided into two main parts: Part I which is about ‘Vision’, and Part II which is about ‘Reenvisioning’. The book suggests that this two-part progression is a move which we as individuals should try to make, a move from how we see things at one particular point and from one particular angle, to how we might re-envision them anew.