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PEGLAGS HKACPLD

7 DEADLY SINS 7 CONTRARY


VIRTUES
Pride Humulity
Envy Kindness
Gluttony Abstinence Physical BODY To live
Lust Chastity Emotional HEART To love
Anger Patience Mental MIND To learn
Greed Liberality Spiritual SOUL To serve
Sloth Diligence
PRIMARY GREATNESS personal
GHANDIS 7 DEADLY 7 HEAVENLY development, more enduring
SINS VIRTUES
SECONDARY GREATNESS- dependent on
Wealth w/o work Faith
primary greatness, external or based on
Pleasure without Hope
social acceptance
conscience
Science without Charity
humanity
Knowledge without Fortitude
Character
Politics w/o Principle Justice
Commerce w/o Morality Temperance
Worship w/o Sacrifice Prudence

VATICANS MODERN SOCIAL SINS


Destroying the Environment
Genetic Manipulation
Obscene wealth
Creating poverty
Drug trafficking
Immoral Scientific Experimentation
Violation of the fundamental rights of
human nature

Cardinal virtues Theological


Prudence Faith
Temperance Hope
Courage Love
Justice

7 CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY


Feed the hungry
Give drink to the thirsty
Giving shelter to strangers
Clothe the naked
Visit the sick
Minister to prisoners
Bury the dead
-listening, observing and writing
during class

HUMAN ACTS THE VOLUNTARINESS OF HUMAN ACTS


-defined good by its quality
1. Perfect
Attributes: - Full knowledge and full intention
Knowledge 2. Imperfect
o Awareness - Defect in knowledge and/or
o Consequence intention
Freedom 3. Conditional
o Power to choose - Forced by circumstances
o Power to w/c we can act 4. Simple
o Internal state - Everyday decisions
5. Positive /Negative
Vouluntariness
+ requires performance
o Will
-omission of performance
o Internal affirmation/consent
6. Direct
act is done - intended as means or end by doer
o Reason towards good 7. Indirect
Human acts Acts of man - Result on direct voluntariness
Acts of man morally neutral
o Biological
o Physiological
o Respiration
o Yawning
o Digestion
o Mannerisms

KINDS OF HUMAN ACTS


Elicited acts
- Performed by the will
- Not bodily externalized
- Intention, desire
Commanded acts
- Begin with will but completed as a
mental activity or bodily action or
their combination
KINDS OF ELICITED ACTS
1. WISH
2. INTENTION
3. CONSENT
4. ELECTION
5. USE
6. FRUITION

KINDS OF COMMANDED ACTS


1. Internal
-remembering, conscious reasoning,
encouraging oneself, controlling anger
2. External
-conscious walking, rehearsing a
dance, practicing karate
3. Mixed
b. Indirect method- perform the
safer course of action
MODIFIERS OF HUMAN ACTS
GUILT
1. IGNORANCE
Vincible True Guilt
Invincible 1. Act is intrinsically evil
Affected 2. With knowledge of a valid moral
2. PASSIONS obligation and consequences
3. With freedom
Antecedent
4. With voluntariness
Consequent
5. Allowed that leads to evil (indirectly
3. FEAR willed)
Done with Responses:
Done out of 1. Make amends
Done because of 2. Apologize for the mistake
4. VIOLENCE 3. Learn from the mistake
External actions 4. Forgive yourself
Elicited 5. Count your blessings and move
5. HABITS forward

CONSCIENCE, GUILT AND CHARACTER False Guilt


1. Act does not violate any moral
CONCIENCE obligation
Concientiuos- knowing with 2. No knowledge
3. Not intended
Concience 4. Situation was beyond personal contol
- Determine the quality of human Responses:
behavior 1. Immediately ignored
- Rational will 2. Separate the feeling from the real
Synteresis obligation
- Collective and acquired mental tool 3. Apologize for hurting the feeling to re
for moral guidance establish connection
Pronesis 4. Separate the action from the person
- Apply synteresis
Enthymeme
- Short cut of syllogistic form of
reason

KINDS OF CONCIENCE
1. Antecedent Conscience
2. Consequent Conscience
3. Correct Conscience
4. Erroneous Conscience
5. Certain Conscience
6. Doubtful Conscience
7. Perplexed Conscience
8. Scrupulous Conscience
9. Calloused Conscience

2 RULES CONCERNING CONCIENCE


1. Always obey a certain conscience
2. Form moral certainty to overcome a
practical doubt
a. Direct method- gather more info
1. Are universal aplly to all
2. Known through the ordinary use
of reason
3. Proven and tested by experience
PRINCIPLES OF ETHICS 4. Necessary for human
PART 1 development- important and
unbreakable
Moral Principles