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  • Q1

    it is the power to be what you want to be and the ability to decide and create yourself.

    human persons

    aristotle

    individual freedom

    freedom

    30s
  • Q2

    respond to commands trained and conditioned to perform

    aristotle

    freedom

    human person

    animals

    30s
  • Q3

    can choose the course of action to take when give a stimulus or faced with a certain situation.

    human person

    aristotle

    animals 

    freedom 

    30s
  • Q4

    define the freedom of an indivio rule them(contract)dual in the context of having a government them (contract),which is the basis of notion of moral obligation and duty

    Hobbes, rousseau and locke (theory of social contract)

    thomas aquinas

    jean paul satre

    aristotle

    30s
  • Q5

    volition in this sense is the faculty or power to use discharge one's will.

    hobbes

    jean paul satre

    thomas aquinas

    aristotle (the power of volition)

    30s
  • Q6

    Our spirituality separates us from animals; it delineates moral dimension of fulfillment in an action.

    aristotle (the power of volition)

    Hobees, rousseau and locke (theory of social contract)

    jeanpaul satre (Individual Freedom)

    Thomas aquinas (Freedom is spirituality and love)

    30s
  • Q7

    freedom means exercising our capacity to mae decisions, change our life path and direct the course of our lives through our own steering

    Hobbes, rousseau and locke (theory of social contract)

    aristotle (the power of volition)

    Thomas aquinas (Freedom is spirituality and love

    jean paul satre (Individual Freedom)

    30s
  • Q8

    an agreement where individuals sacrifice an amount of their freedom and submit to a higher authority

    social contact

    voluntariness

    responsibility

    physical freedom

    30s
  • Q9

    the ability of a person to act out of his her own free will and self determination.

    consequence

    voluntariness

    physical freedom

    responsibility

    30s
  • Q10

    whenever we decide to act, this result in a certain_____

    consequence

    freedom

    voluntariness

    responsibility

    30s
  • Q11

    refers to the person being accountable for his or her actions and their conseuences.

    consequence

    freedom

    voluntariness

    responsibility

    30s
  • Q12

    the person as the freedom of mobiliy to go where he or she wants to go

    moral freedom

    psychological freedom

    freedom

    physical freedom

    30s
  • Q13

    person is free to perform actions that he or she considers right and wise.

    moral freedom

    freedom

    psychological freedom

    physical freedom

    30s
  • Q14

    manners that uphold Human Dignity and goodness

    psychological freedom

    freedom

    physical freedom

    moral freedom

    30s
  • Q15

    it refers to shared meanings constructed by people in their interactions with each other.

    intersubjectivity

    jean paul satre

    emphaty

    edmund husserl

    30s

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