Conscience Front Sheets Syllabus Todays Agenda To examine

Conscience  Front Sheets  Syllabus  Todays Agenda  To examine

Conscience Front Sheets Syllabus Todays Agenda To examine common views of the nature and role of the conscience

To know what synderesis means and where it is used To consider its relevance to our decisions Syllabus Candidates should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:

the different views of the conscience as God-given, innate or the voice of reason or instilled by society, parents, authority figures; whether conscience is a reliable guide to ethical decisionmaking; the views of Augustine, Aquinas, Butler, Newman, Freud, Fromm, Piaget. Candidates should be able to discuss these views critically and their strengths and weaknesses. Common Views

Watch the following video. Complete the following sentence with discussion. A 6 year old. A Hollywood actor in a cheesy romcom. The Pope. An atheist. A scientist. Your Mum. Daivd Cameron. thinks a conscience is Common Views

So who is right??? Use of Conscience Synderesis There is no Hebrew word for conscience in the Hebrew Scriptures. The Greek word for conscience- synderesis is found only once in Wisdom 17:11. The closest to it is heart: Oh that today you would hear His voice and

harden not your heart (Ps. 95:8). Common Views Conscientious objectors refuse to fight in wars. Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights refers to The right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

Reflective Summary Key Questions 1. Is it right to do what we really believe or feel is right, even when that differs from what others believe ( always, sometimes, never)? 2. Should we ever go against our conscience? 3. Can conscience be wrong? 4. What has the feeling of guilt got to do with

conscience? 5. What is its function in ethical decision-making?

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Senior Activities Meeting - Orcutt Academy Charter

    Senior Activities Meeting - Orcutt Academy Charter

    Valedictorian and Salutatorian. Valedictorian is an academic title typically conferred upon the highest ranking student among their class. The first highest GPA student, at the conclusion of the seventh semester, will be the Valedictorian and invited to submit a speech...
  • What Does Research Tell Us About Effective Writing ...

    What Does Research Tell Us About Effective Writing ...

    What Does Research Tell Us About Effective Writing Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities? Sara Mills, George Mason University Abstract There is mounting concern about the writing skills of students at the national level (Rogers & Graham, 2008) prompting a...
  • Chapter 3 The Basic Structure of a Cell

    Chapter 3 The Basic Structure of a Cell

    = L x W. Volume of a cell = L x W x H. Therefore, Volume increases FASTER than the surface area. copyright cmassengale. Cell Size. ... Cheek cells. Specialized Plant cells. Xylem cells. Pollen. Guard Cells. copyright cmassengale. Types...
  • Title of talk

    Title of talk

    IAOS conference Shanghai October 2008 The role of national statistical societies Professor Denise Lievesley ISI and King's College London
  • Archetypes - 10th Lit with Dr. C.

    Archetypes - 10th Lit with Dr. C.

    An archetype is a term used to describe universal symbols that evoke deep and sometimes unconscious responses in a reader. In literature, regardless of when or where they live, the following are considered archetypes, because they symbolically embody universal meanings...
  • Chapter 15 Chemical Equilibrium

    Chapter 15 Chemical Equilibrium

    Chapter 15 Chemical Equilibrium ... Either Direction The Equilibrium Constant Relationship Between Kc and Kp Relationship Between Kc and Kp Ex 15.2 Converting between Kc and Kp Practice 15.3 Interpreting and Working with Equilibrium Constants What Does the Value of...
  • Energy Flow through Ecological Systems - San Jose State ...

    Energy Flow through Ecological Systems - San Jose State ...

    Cycling of Matter in Ecological Systems The balance of life… Or Biogeochemical Cycles Each element has its own story All nutrients flow from nonliving (abiotic) to living (biotic) and back to nonliving (abiotic) in what is called a biogeochemical cycle.
  • The Rhode Island DataHUB

    The Rhode Island DataHUB

    Democratizing Data in Rhode Island The RI DataHub Story 8 1 WHY? USDoE Safe and Drug Free Schools (SDFS) grant - Integrate data to improve the management of drug use and violence prevention HOW?