The Moral Argument

Colton Braddyll
Flashcards by Colton Braddyll , updated more than 1 year ago
Colton Braddyll
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Innate Moral Awareness Knowing the right thing to do through reason.
Categorical Imperative A command to perform actions that are absolute moral obligations without any references to circumstances or consequences.
Virtuous Having or showing good moral qualities and behavior.
Summum Bonum The Highest Good
Conscience Our sense of right and wrong.
Socialization The process by which someone acquires a personal identity and learns values, social skills and behavior from others in society.
Postulate Kant used postulate to mean something that is put forward as a way of solving a problem.
Postulate of Pure reason Kant is arguing that Moral reasoning leads to an argument for God's existence.
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