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Moral Assessment of Human Acts: In Accord with “True & Truly Good” by right reason & uprightness of will?. Moral Assessment of Human Acts: . ACTIONS, “DOINGS”. INVOLUNTARY: “Acts-happening-in-man”. Moral Assessment of Human Acts: . ACTIONS, “DOINGS”. VOLUNTARY: “Man-acts”

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Moral Assessment of Human Acts:

In Accord with “True & Truly Good”

by right reason & uprightness of will?

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Moral Assessment of Human Acts:

ACTIONS, “DOINGS”

INVOLUNTARY: “Acts-happening-in-man”

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Moral Assessment of Human Acts:

ACTIONS, “DOINGS”

VOLUNTARY: “Man-acts”

Engage reason & will (heart)

INVOLUNTARY: “Acts-happening-in-man”

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Moral Assessment of Human Acts:

ACTIONS, “DOINGS”

VOLUNTARY: “Man-acts”

Engage reason & will (heart)

INVOLUNTARY: “Acts-happening-in-man”

Morally Upright: Virtuous (in accord w/ True & Truly Good)

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Moral Assessment of Human Acts:

ACTIONS, “DOINGS”

VOLUNTARY: “Man-acts”

Engage reason & will (heart)

INVOLUNTARY: “Acts-happening-in-man”

Morally Upright: Virtuous (in accord w/ True & Truly Good)

Morally Deficient: Vicious; Objectively evil = malum

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Moral Assessment of Human Acts:

Objective Assessment:

ACTIONS, “DOINGS”

Object:observable “what” the agent does

VOLUNTARY: “Man-acts”

Engage reason & will (heart)

INVOLUNTARY: “Acts-happening - in-man”

Intention / End:“why,” internal goal / motive of agent in doing the “what”

Morally Upright: Virtuous (in accord w/ True & Truly Good)

Morally Deficient: Vicious; Objectively evil = malum

Circumstance:

“to whom, where, when, in what manner” the “what” is done

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Moral Assessment of Human Acts:

ACTIONS, “DOINGS”

Objective Assessment:

Object: observable “what” the agent does

VOLUNTARY: “Man-acts”

Engage reason & will (heart)

INVOLUNTARY: “Acts-happening - in-man”

Intention / End:“why,” internal goal / motive of agent in doing the “what”

Morally Deficient: Vicious; Objectively evil = malum

Circumstance: “to whom, where, when, in what manner” the “what” is done

Morally Upright: Virtuous (in accord w/ True & Truly Good)

Culpable: sufficient knowledge & intent / will = subjectivelyfully responsible:= culpa

Not Culpable: lack sufficient knowing (of general precept or of specific circumstance) or strength of will: subjectivelynot fully responsible

Enslavement

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Moral Assessment of Human Acts:

ACTIONS, “DOINGS”

Objective Assessment:

Object: observable “what” the agent does

VOLUNTARY: “Man-acts”

Engage reason & will (heart)

INVOLUNTARY: “Acts-happening - in-man”

Intention / End:“why,” internal goal / motive of agent in doing the “what”

Morally Deficient: Vicious; Objectively evil = malum

Circumstance: “to whom, where, when, in what manner” the “what” is done

Morally Upright: Virtuous (in accord w/ True & Truly Good)

Full

flowering of Freedom: God-likeness, holiness, divinization

Culpable: sufficient knowledge & intent / will = subjectivelyfully responsible:= culpa

Not Culpable: lack sufficient knowing (of general precept or of specific circumstance) or strength of will: subjectivelynot fully responsible

Enslavement