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Modifiers of Human Acts

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Human Acts and Morality
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Modifiers of Human Acts

  1. 1. Modifiers of Human Acts Ignorance Concupiscence Fear Violence Habits Ignorance in Ignorance in Ignorance in Antecedent Verbal its Object its Object Concupiscence With Fear Violence Vices its Result Consequent Physical Virtue Vincible From Fear Law Antecedent Concupiscence Violence Ignorance Ignorance Sexual Invincible Violence Fact Concomitant Ignorance Ignorance Emotional Violence Penalty Consequent Ignorance
  2. 2. Modifiers of Human Acts Ignorance Concupiscence Fear Violence Habit
  3. 3. Ignorance Ignorance in its Object Ignorance in its Object Ignorance in its Result Law Vincible Ignorance Antecedent Ignorance Fact Invincible Ignorance Concomitant Ignorance Penalty Consequent Ignorance
  4. 4. “Invincible Ignorance “Vincible Ignorance does not destroys the voluntariness of destroy the voluntariness of an act.” an act.” Ignorance “Affected Ignorance, in one Vincible Ignorance lessens way lessens, and in another the voluntariness of an act.” way increase voluntariness.”
  5. 5. Concupiscence Antecedent Concupiscence Consequent Concupiscence
  6. 6. Concupiscence “Consequent “Antecedent “Antecedent Concupiscence, however Concupiscence lessens Concupiscence does not great, does not lessen the voluntariness of an destroy the voluntariness the voluntariness of an act.” of an act.” act.”
  7. 7. With Fear Actions may be done From Fear
  8. 8. Fear “An act done from fear, however great, is simply voluntary, although it is regularly also conditionally involuntary.”
  9. 9. Verbal Violence Emotional Physical Violence Violence Violence Sexual Violence
  10. 10. Violence “Acts elicited by the will are not subject to violence; external acts caused violence, to which due resistance is offered, are in no wise imputable to the agent.”
  11. 11. Vicious Bad Habits Vices Habits Virtue Good Habits Virtuous
  12. 12. Habit “Habit does not destroy voluntariness; and acts from habit are always voluntary, at least in cause, as long as the habit is allowed to endure.”

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