By Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274., Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274; Krokos, Jan
"This research analyzes sense of right and wrong as a selected cognition, as an axiological realization of a human act. The doctrine of Thomas Aquinas performs a tremendous position the following: He assumes judgment of right and wrong to be a cognition; his proposal of moral sense is kind of major and had nice impression on philosophical considering. however, this doctrine on sense of right and wrong isn't really gratifying adequate from the perspective of epistemology and, hence, it calls for a supplement. this kind of supplement is located in phenomenological analyses, specially in these pertaining to recognition. Underlying the most challenge of the study--which is judgment of right and wrong as cognition--is the query of enriching Thomism with phenomenology."--Page four of cover. Read more...
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The theological and philosophical sources of Aquinas’s teaching on conscience are related by A. Lobato, Coscienza morale e storicità dell’uomo in San Tommaso d’Aquino, in: Crisi e risveglio della coscienza morale nel nostro tempo, ed. A. Lobato, Bologna 1989, 11-22. Cf. É. Gilson, Thomism. The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, transl. L. K. Shook and A. Maurer, Toronto 20026, 1-37. The Context of Thomas’s Teaching on Conscience 39 losophical order, meanwhile, should proceed from things to the Absolute.
12, ad 2, where the authority of a superior in the commutation or dispensation from a vow; q. 89, a. 7, ad 3, when considering whether an oath is binding; q. 100, a. 6, ad 2, when discussing the punishment of simony; q. 103, a. , in examining the rendering of honour; q. 129, a. 5, ad 2, when reflecting on the relationship between magnanimity and fortitude; q. 156, a. 3, 1, in the question devoted to incontinence; q. 162, a. 4. Summary We encounter the problem of conscience in many of Thomas Aquinas’s texts.
It is Aristotle’s logical works where he (basically) takes up the issue of inquiries. 1. Outline of the theory of questions by Aristotle91 Aristotle is the first philosopher dealing with the analysis of questions. As ), he understands both the action of asking and the result a “question” ( 89 90 91 earlier in the title of Democritus’s study (460-371) On Logic, or Criterion of Thought. In addition, the name Organon (Instrument) is more recent. In the first century BC, Aristotle’s students published his works under such a name.