What is moral consciosness
bring out the moral responsibilities of a citizen in relation to the book ''the genuine intellectuals''
What is moral conscience?
Conscience is a court of reason whereby the human person recognizes the moral quality of a concrete act.
As the man know if a particular act is good or bad?
The man knows that a particular act is good or bad by his conscience.
Moral Consciousness can equivocate?
Yes, awareness can equivocate is not well formed, because the front of a concrete act could make a misjudgment against reason and divine law.
How is consciousness?
Conscience is formed with the knowledge of God's law as the Church's Magisterium teaches, with the practice of virtues, prayer, petition the board especially in spiritual direction and frequent reception of the Sacrament of Penance.
by familja pali6 years ago
A moral consciousness relats to the iterest????why
by Obscure Divine7 years ago
Of course, conscience is the "consciousness of the moral right or wrong of one's own acts or motives." This is not about 'consciousness' in a sense of being aware that you're conscious, nor is it about...
by A Ercoli6 years ago
What is moral relativism?
by ilmdamaily7 years ago
Been grappling with this one for a while now. Can't seem to find a way out of it. Is what is "legal" equivalent to what is "moral"? The question is raised because the justification for the...
by Bovine Currency8 years ago
The war mongers will always be war mongers. Will they listen to your words? No. Will todays leaders stop the inter generational wars that yesterdays did not? No. Don't like war? Don't go to...
by Jefsaid6 years ago
It is entirely possible that our conscience is eternal. We may have always existed and may never cease to exist. While physically we might witness the birth and death of our perishable physical avatar, none...
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