By Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274., Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274; Krokos, Jan
"This research analyzes moral sense as a particular cognition, as an axiological recognition of a human act. The doctrine of Thomas Aquinas performs an incredible position the following: He assumes moral sense to be a cognition; his inspiration of sense of right and wrong is sort of major and had nice impact on philosophical pondering. however, this doctrine on sense of right and wrong isn't really enjoyable sufficient from the point of view of epistemology and, for this reason, it calls for a supplement. this sort of supplement is located in phenomenological analyses, specifically in these touching on awareness. Underlying the most challenge of the study--which is moral sense as cognition--is the query of enriching Thomism with phenomenology."--Page four of cover. Read more...
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Extra resources for Conscience as cognition : phenomenological complementing of Aquinas's theory of conscience
De scientia Dei (On God’s Knowledge); 3. De ideis (On Ideas); 4. De verbo (On the Divine Word); 5. De providentia (On Providence); 6. De praedestinatione (On Predestination); 7. De libro vitae (On the Book of Life). These questions are entitled: 8. De cognitione angelorum (On the Knowledge of Angels); 9. De cognitione scientiae angelicae (On the Communication of Angelic Knowledge), which addresses the issue of how angels communicate; 10. De mente, in qua est imago Trinitatis (On the Mind, which Contains the Image of the Trinity); 11.
The subsequent questions - as Aquinas himself says - will treat how man receives being and begins to exist. The issues addressed are, first: the creation of the first man - the production of man’s soul (q. 90), the production of man’s body (q. 91), the creation of the woman (q. 92). Then the end of man’s creation “to the image and likeness of God” (q. 93). The eight questions following treat the state and condition of the first man as regards his intellect (q. 94), the will (q. 95), mastership (q.
De iustificatione impii (On the Justification of Sinners); 29. De gratia Christi (On the Grace of Christ). T. M. Pession, art. , VIII. The Context of Thomas’s Teaching on Conscience 31 16. concerns synderesis (De synderesi), while question 17. treats conscience (De conscientia)71. In De veritate the subject matter of conscience clearly appears in the context of knowledge and truth whose subject is man. At the same time, the issue of human knowledge is not treated autonomously but built into a general theological scheme, departing from God’s knowledge.
Conscience as cognition : phenomenological complementing of Aquinas's theory of conscience by Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274., Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274; Krokos, Jan