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Every law has a lawgiver. There is a Moral Law. Therefore, there is a Moral Lawgiver.
The Moral Law is practically undeniable, is known from our reactions, is necessary in order to know justice or injustice, and is even evidenced by moral controversies.
Support for Premise 2 of the Moral Argument
Personal, Immaterial (not physical), Transcendent (beyond humanity), and Perfectly Good
Attributes of the Moral Lawgiver
Standards of conduct that are not determined by one's personal opinion; instead, moral values are either good or evil regardless of a person's opinion about them.
There is no objective Moral Law that is independent of one's personal opinion or preferences. Instead, morals are matters of preference, varying from one personal opinion to another.
Refers to the standards by which we judge actions to be good or evil
An organizing principle in society, which proposes that matters should be handled by the smallest and most local competent authority, rather than being handled by default by a central authority
The quality of communities or individuals being united in interests, sympathies, and aspirations.
Universal Destination of Goods
Catholic doctrine that God created the goods of the earth to be shared in common by all people.
The total of social conditions that will allow both individuals and groups to reach their human and spiritual fulfillment more easily.
Dignity of the human person, the common good, subsidiarity, and solidarity
4 Most Basic Principles of Catholic Social Doctrine
Secondary Principles of Catholic Social Doctrine
Universal destination of goods, the right to possess private property, and participation
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