Natural law theory states that people should focus on the good and avoid any evil. The last theory is Aristotle’s virtue ethics which states that we should move from the concern towards good action and to focus on the concern with good character. This paper argues that Aristotle’s virtue ethics is better than the other ethical theories. The divine command theory says that what is morally right and what is morally wrong is determined by God and God alone. People who follow the divine command theory believe that God is the creator of all things, therefore, he must also be the creator of morally right and wrong acts.
and it shows that she believes Creon's laws are discriminatory. This influences her core value in believing in God because she said “It was not God’s proclamation.” The quote influences her choice because she is saying Creon’s laws don’t follow God’s rules so she won’t follow Creon. The second quote that supports this is " I say that this crime is holy." which is saying that she doesn't agree with Creon. This quote has an influence on her decision because she doesn’t care about what Creon will do and she knows that God won’t do anything to her because she is following God’s proclamation.
If God creates creatures that are significantly free, he cannot determine them to do only what is right meaning he must create creatures that are capable of moral evil. Therefore, God cannot guarantee that there will not be evil in the world because a world containing creatures that are significantly free to perform more moral good than evil actions are more valuable. An omnipotent being (God) can't make contradictions be true. Therefore, if God creates a world where there are beings with free will. God can't guarantee that some creatures won't sometimes choose to act badly.
A proposition that is A priori is based on reasoning or knowledge that follows from theoretical deduction rather than from observation or experience. A strong argument that Descartes describes but rejects is the GOD Example where he states that GOD would have the omnipotence required to deceive us, even in rational thought. But, although he says that GOD could deceive us, that GOD wouldn’t because of he/she/it out not to. GOD is essentially perfectly good, therefore never does anything ought not to do. (Descartes “GOD = Good”).
King believes that a good law is a designed code that should have morals and inline with the beliefs of god. An unjust law would be considered the opposite, and go against any morals while also giving people in power the ability not to obey the law. “An unjust law is a code that a numerical or power majority group compels a minority group to obey but does not make binding on itself” (King, 1963, p.
The concept of inclusivity for a christ-centered theist is, unsupported because God wont take nonbelievers into heaven. Christ-centered theists believe the law of non contradiction is true because, God wont let there be two things true at the same time. This one is rational because morality is based on something and not subjective.
If you agree that the faculty of judgment comes from God, and that God is a non-deceiver then you would also believe that the end would be impossible for the faculty of judgment to to be wrong. Is it even possible for anything from God not be the truth or
Moreover, humanism only approaches the good side on growth and the achievements of humans by simply denying and does not attempt to prevent or make clear of the psychotic disorder. When it comes to supporting humanistic theories claims, the empirical evidence lacks. Academics, for example Maslow has widely criticized the same way because of the absence of scientific empirical evidenc. Strengths: Humanism gives importance to responsibility and individual choice which is one of the greatest strength. It appreciates fulfilment and personal ideas, therefore it satiesfies many people's understandings of what it is to be human.
It is necessary to have boundaries when people’s lives are at stake. Since all truths are morally correct, then the belief that not donating organs to help save other peoples lives is morally equal to the belief that we should. If everyone considers their own truths to be right, then we cannot judge one’s opinion or decision because morally they are correct. With that being said, relativism does not aid ones view on organ donating since all truths are equal. Organ donation is a choice.
This conservative idea is rational, but simply not true as the American Psychological Association states the “psychological and social aspects” between homosexual and heterosexual relations are very similar and make both equally fit to care for a child. Many conservatives see anything other than being attracted to the opposite sex a sin because of arguable biblical textual aspects. Biblical references are interoperated in accordance to one’s individualistic ideas and cannot be used as concrete evidence in any situation. There are points to the popular consensus among conservatives that peoples of sexual orientation other than between man and women are not considered