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 In the subject matter… deals  Generalized emotion, “also

of the person.., they intimate/particular persons.


answered questions, what is MOOD
the act involved?  It is this kind of goodness
 That which all things aim because it lead us to
 Basic, this kind of goodness honorable person to purpose
because it is pleasurable of goodness
 Standards & rules of conduct  What is the second aim of
embedded in social customs meta-ethics?
and… CUSTOMARY MORALITY - IS TO MAKE EXPLICIT THE
 General principle by which to LOGICAL PRINCIPLES
direct… own conduct. THAT ARE FOLLOWED
REFLECTIVE MORALITY WHEN WE GIVE MORAL
 It measures the REASONS FOR OR
responsibility… intended acts AGAINST DOING
that may decrease/diminish. SOMETHING
VOLUNTARINESS - TO EXAMINE THE RULES
 The key to moral life and OF REASONING AND
moral agent of… METHODS OF KNOWING
 It consists of voluntary acts BY WHICH MOOD BELIEFS
in contrast to involuntary CAN BE SHOWN TO BE,
acts. CONDUCT TRUE OF FALSE.
 Those acts that consciously  Who induce positivism?
controlled…responsible. AUGUSTE COMTE
VOLUNTARY ACTS  Without him absolute longing
 Reasons to continue to will there will be no moral law
we can attain it. Or therefore ethics
possibility to attain it, this is  In practical ethics, where
intellectual act of… ethics can’t be appointed. We
 Taken absolutely… the are not allowed to willfully do
attraction of an object. an or evil act instead
HUMAN ACT OR CONSENT  In case of voluntary ethics,
 It looks to be given what do you think… to
responsible/answerable/ present our.. acts from being
accountable conduct voluntary?
 Moral reality/ property  Those acts that a person
relating to human act down happen to perform badly
to the doer.
- He/she does not act skill have entirely sees its
consciously control… evil… influence.
responsible.
- Involuntary acts
 Acts.. personal
choice/judgement preceding
the choice
 They can be.. preference for
one alternative happen.
 Involves the act behave
called the agent who is
changeable or… of the act.
 An immediate appreciation of
the activity we do. EMOTION
 It is something.. striving for
someone/ something
valuable to us, it is not…
based on our emotion.
DESIRE
 Future is already prescribed
for each person outside
power… fate.. FATALISM
 It agree.. that is apparent in
which physical behaviors.
HARD DETERMINISM
 It is… objective/ subjective, it
is objective when _______.
IT IS DUE TO THE FACT
THAT YOU ARE FEELING
SOMETHING AT SOMEONE
FOR SOMETHING.
 It can command itself.
COMMAND ACTS
 An intension in which a
person is conscious act
 For any responsibility to
retain must.. previous.. to