Chapter 2: Three Aspects of the Moral Act
Three Aspect of the Moral Act
Film Focus: In this video, Dr. Mike Brummond discusses the three aspects to consider when evaluating a moral act.
Text Focus: Pages 45–51
- How is a moral act like a tricycle? What are the three “wheels” of this tricycle?
- Why do people need all three of these “wheels”?
- What makes an act an intrinsically evil act? Give an example of an intrinsically evil act.
- How do circumstances and intention change the morality of an act? Give an example to support your answer.
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