An evil action cannot be justified by a good intention
The brain is a machine
Value = Commitment = Actions = Identity
Goodness translates into responsibility for the other
The first to use hypnosis and dream analysis to access unconscious mind
Everyone becomes what he/se loves
To be happy is to live well and to do well
While beauty is found everywhere and in all things, nowhere can we find beauty itself
A good and happy person aims at the good life with and for others in just institutions
Devised the conceptual framework of action
The church guards and maintains moral tradition
An action is moral when it is done out of duty
The good is found in contemplation
There is a distinction between the mind and the brain
A fuller happiness called "blessedness" is found in the loving vision of God
Morality is based on coercion, therefore it is a sham
The singularity of all things gives each it's uniqueness
The relation with the other will always be offering and gift...
God speaks to us through everyday life
Claims that taking a moral stand is essential to finding or self-identity
Practical reason understands what people ought to do
Skeptic who coined the phrase "I think therefore I am"
Argued for the distinction between the mind and the brain
Pre-schoolers base moral decisions on fear of punishment
Freedom has he capacity to turn us away from God
Reason = Good Character = Happiness
Personality theory made up of id, ego, and super ego
Author of the 8 stages of growth and development
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