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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Arnopoulos, Paris.  The Sociophysics of Theopolitics: nature, culture and human suffering. SKEPSIS: A Journal for Philosophy and Inter-disciplinary Research, 15, 2004, 1. [text]

Baynes, Norman H.  The Life of St John the Almsgiver. Fordham University, 1948. [text]

Couture, Pamela.  Child Poverty: love, justice and social responsibility. Chalice Press, 2007.

Demewozu, W.  begging as a survival strategy. Addis Ababa,?.2003. [text]

Fenton, John W.  All of Us are Beggars. Conversi ad Dominum, 19 June 2006. [text]

Hicks, Douglas A. / Valeri, Mark.  Global Neighbors: Christian faith and moral obligation in today's economy. William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2008.

Hinze, Donald W.  To Give and Give Again: a Christian imperative for generosity. Pilgrim Press, 1990.

Johnson, Kelly S.  Beggars and Stewards: the contest of humility in Christian economic ethics. Duke University, 2001.

Johnson, Kelly S.  The Fear of Beggars: stewardship and poverty in Christian ethics. William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2007.

Moller, Dan.  Should We Let People Starve -- For Now?. Analysis, 66, 2006, pp. 240-247. [text]

The Royal Society. People and the Planet. The Royal Society Science Policy Centre, 2012 [text]

Saul, John Ralston.  The Unconscious Civilization. House of Anansi, 1995.

Tocheva, Detelina.  Crafting Ethics: the dilemma of almsgiving in Russian Orthodox Churches. Anthropological Quarterly, 84, 2011, pp. 1011-1034. [text]

Valentini, Laura.  On the Duty to Withhold Global Aid Now to Save More Lives in the Future. Ethics and Global Politics, 4, 2011, 2, 2011, pp. 125-134. [text]

Velimirovich, Nikolai.  About the Justification of Almsgiving. Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdoicese of North America, 5 June 2013. [text]

Weiss, Aaron.  Christian Ethics and Poverty: a position paper on stewardship, social responsibility and the poor. 2010. [text]