HW3AB - HW#3A Psychology of the Human Act HW#3A PSYCHOLOGY...

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HW#3A Psychology of the Human Act HW#3A PSYCHOLOGY OF THE VOLUNTARY ACT (01/27/12 for 01/31/12) Q1: In Step 2, there is a simple, vague wishing for, or desire of, a __good__ thing that is not yet an end. On the other hand, there is in step 4 a focused intending or willing of an __end__. Q2: In Step 3, the intellect compares the good desired in Step 2 to the __ultimate__ end (howsoever well that is perceived) and judges whether the desired good is something consistent with the ultimate end and is something I may want to attain or not. Q3: Step 4 of the complete human act establishes an intended end, which is the __final__ cause or principle upon which the entire action will be constructed. For this reason, it is the most __important__ of the first four steps. Q4: Deliberation is a kind of taking of counsel in which the __intellect__ reasons about possible means to an intended end. It proceeds from an __end__ (Step 4) to a plan of action or __means__ to that end and terminates in Step 7. Q5: The intellect’s __deliberation __develops possible actions or means to ends. The intellect
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HW3AB - HW#3A Psychology of the Human Act HW#3A PSYCHOLOGY...

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