RQ12-SupernaturalEthics2

RQ12-SupernaturalEthics2 - Reading Questions #12 Ia IIae q....

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Reading Questions #12 Ia IIae q. 61 a. 1 1. What is the question in IaIIae q.61 a.1 and what is Thomas’s answer? 2. This question will be difficult, but it will help to keep in mind that it is reminiscent of Aristotle. Having said that, what is the difference between (a) some state which does not include a right appetite and from which a person does a right action, and (b) some state which does include a right appetite and from which a person does a right action? In what sense does (b) cause the action to be done but (a) not? Why is it that (a) is not a perfect idea of virtue and (b) is? Speculate: how are the moral virtues (which Thomas takes to be states like (b)) principal with respect to good actions? Ia IIae q. 61 a. 2 3. What is the question in IaIIae q.61 a.2 and what is Thomas’s answer? 4. List all the four cardinal (principal) virtues. What Thomas’s basis for distinguishing and identifying them? 5.
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course PHIL 203 taught by Professor Errinclark during the Fall '11 term at MO St. Louis.

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RQ12-SupernaturalEthics2 - Reading Questions #12 Ia IIae q....

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