PHIL 103.008 Week 5
PHIL 103.008 Week 5 5558
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PHIL 103 Week 5 Natural Law Discussion 20 moral questions p 65 Natural Law Thomas Aquinas 122451274 CE From Aristotle 334322 BCE Logos spermatikos quotthe rational seedquot humans have the natural desire to think Natural aw comes from idea of the Stoics 50130 AD Three Key Ideas 1 Humans have an essential rational nature 2 Even without knowledge of God reason can discover laws for human ourishing 3 Natural laws are universal and unchangeable positive laws of societies that aren39t in line with natural laws are counterfeit Essence Accidents Rationalityreason Physical characteristics height Intrinsic vaues ex Friendship eye color skin color From Aristotle39s quotMetaphysicsquot 1 Man of wisdom who we strive to be one who understands why things are 2 Man of art one who understands the arts Renaissance man 3 Man of mere experience one who only understands what the senses tells him The Doctrine of Double Effects DDE p 7172 in quotHow Should We Livequot 4 conditions used to judge the morality of an action 1 Natureof theact condition 2 Meansend condition 3 Rightintention condition 4 Proportionality condition
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