Midterm

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  1. Three sources of morality
    • Human reason
    • Human Experience
    • Divine Revelation
  2. We can respond to God morally because God has endowed us with _____ and ______
    • intelligence
    • freedom
  3. who we are and who we are becoming through our actions
    character
  4. a habitual and firm disposition to do good
    virtue
  5. theological virtues
    faith, hope, charity
  6. what is the greatest virtue of all?
    Charity
  7. what is right reason in action
    prudence
  8. what virtue expresses fairness
    justice
  9. what virtue expresses courage
    fortitude
  10. what virtue expresses moderation
    temperence
  11. God created us in his ____ and ____
    • image
    • likeness
  12. Do all humans have dignity?
    yes
  13. Because humans are intelligent, free, and capable of love, they are _____ for their acts
    responsible
  14. This cardinal virtue of right reason in action, is essential for discerning how to live a moral life.
    Prudence
  15. Sources of the morality of a human action
    • moral object
    • intention
    • circumstances
  16. The what question of morality
    moral object
  17. the why question of morality
    intention
  18. thw who, where, when, and how of morality
    circumstances
  19. Who makes up the magisterium
    the pope and the college of bishops
  20. the power rooted in reason and will to perform deliberate actions
    freedom
  21. unbridled freedom
    license
  22. the moral version of emotions
    passions
  23. principal passions
    • love
    • hate
    • desire
    • joy
    • fear
    • sadness
    • anger
  24. the fundamental norm of morality
    Jesus
  25. ordinance of reason for the common good promulgated by the proper authority
    law
  26. reasoned participation in God's eternal law
    natural law
  27. particular applications of natural law for members of a society
    Civil law
  28. official list of laws by which the church governs itself
    Church law
  29. judgement of reason whereby humans recognize the moral quality of acts about to be performed
    conscience
  30. two principles of conscience
    • always form and inform your conscience
    • always follow your conscience
  31. first 4 commandments
    • 1. You shall not have false gods before me
    • 2. You shall not take the lords name in vain
    • 3. Keep holy the Sabbath
    • 4. Honor your father and mother

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