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Degree of values Negative 3 types of Rights


Non-Consequentialism (Deontological) Consequentialism

Ethical Egoism Ethical Altruism

Temporal Temporal Law

Positive Law Positive Law Human Law Human Law Ecclesiastical Law Types of Conscience

Welfare Rights Ethical Rights

Natural Law


Faith Hope Charity Pride vs. Humility Greed vs. Generosity Lust vs. Chastity Anger vs. Meekness Gluttony vs. Self-control Envy s. Love

Ethical Utilitarianism Non-Consequentialism Divine Command Categorical Imperative Prima Facie Non-Normative Ethics Metaethics Descriptive 3 Element of human acts Advertens Volition

Divine Law

Option Rights Human acts based on distinction on morality Moral actions Immoral actions

Civil Law

Amoral Other Moral distinctions Intrinsically evil actions Extrinsically evil actions Human acts based on voluntariness Perfect voluntariness Imperfect voluntariness Conditional voluntariness

True Conscience Certain Conscience

Sloth vs. Courage Divisions of Sin Moral Venial Sins of Omission

Lax Conscience Lax Conscience Scrupulous Conscience Tender/Delicate Conscience Kinds of Rights Natural Right Human Right Alienable Right Right of Jurisdiction Right of Property

Execution Division of Human acts Elicited Acts Commanded Acts Elicited Acts Wish Intention Consent Election Use

Sins of Commission Conventional Human Activity Input Output Functions Transformative Resources Practitioners

Simple voluntarinies Elements determining morality Object End

Circumstances Moral principles Principle of Beneficence Principle of Non-Malifecence Principle of Double-Effect Principle of Indirect Voluntary Act Principle of Stewardship Principle of Justice Principle of Cooperation Principle of Totality Principle of Subsidiarity

Juridical Rights Human Right Civil Rights Ecclesiastical Characteristics of Rights Coaction Limitation

Process Technology Complexity System-Embeddedness Production Specialization & Incomprehensibility Formalized Technical Procedures

Fruition Commanded Acts Internal Actions External Actions 2 Type of ignorance Vincible Invincible Vincible Ignorance Simple Vincible Ignorance Crass Vincible Ignorance

Collision 2 Types of Moral Virtue Cardinal Theological Characteristics of Cardinal Virtue Prudence Justice Temperance

Sociotechnical Systems Analysis 2 Stages of Innovation Life Cycle Creation Diffusion Technological Innovations Inventions Innovation in General Factors that help explain Modern Western Society External pressure

Principle of Veracity Ethical Theories Normative Ethics Non-Normative Ethics Normative Ethics Consequentialism (Teleological)

Affected Ignorance 2 Types of Passion Antecedent Consequent 2 Major divisions of Law External

Courage Characteristics of Theological Virtue

Motivation of the people involved in the invention

Flexibilities in the face of gallery 4 Steps of Genetic sequence

Leisure Inventors perception of a problem The setting of the stage The occurrence of the critical act of insight Critical revisions Creation of leisure Industrial revolution and leisure Commercialization and leisure Importance of leisure to industrial society