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Conscience and Moral Realism

Quiz by Paulett, John

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  • Q1
    There are objectively right and wrong things, regardless of whether people realize it.
    Moral realism
  • Q2
    The general capacity of all humans to judge right and wrong.
  • Q3
    a judgment of reason whereby the human person recognizes the moral quality of a concrete act that they are going to perform, are in the process of performing, or have already completed.
  • Q4
    My opinion or a feeling or what I want to do
    What conscience is not
  • Q5
    judgment of the practical intellect that decides from false principles, erroneously considered as true, that something is lawful, which in fact is unlawful
    Erroneous conscience
  • Q6
    Actual ethical judgement a person makes.
  • Q7
    This is how Aquinas describes a lack of knowledge for which a person is responsible and can be blamed.
    Vincible ignorance
  • Q8
    This is how Aquinas describes a lack of knowledge for which a person is not responsible and cannot be blamed.
    Invincible ignorance
  • Q9
    A judgment of practical reason that helps us to recognize and seek what is good and to reject what is evil. This is based on true principles, correctly considered, and in fact lawful.
    Well-formed conscience
  • Q10
    prayerful self-reflection on one's words and deeds in light of the Gospel to determine whether one has sinned against God. This is necessary to prepare for Reconciliation
    Examination of Conscience
  • Q11
    Conscience concerning actions we are about to perform
  • Q12
    Conscience concerning actions we are performing
  • Q13
    Conscience concerning actions that we have already performed
  • Q14
    One chooses to be ignorant in order to avoid responsibility.
    Affected ignorance
  • Q15
    doing what in effect assists or enables wrongdoing and/or gives the impression of condoning it, but without sharing the precise wrong-making intentions of the main wrongdoer.
    Material cooperation

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