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Aristotle referred this as the humanity's capacity to make choices.
Being an existentialist, he/she believes that "Existence precedes essence"
Jean Paul Sartre
He/she is one of the most famous and influential philosophers of the French Enlightenment in the eighteenth century.
According to Thomas Aquinas, ______________ is love and love is our destiny.
He/she believes that we must take into account what the environment does to an organism not only before, but also after it responds.
If you have the Filipino value of "utang na loob, which of the following will you most likely to do?
repaying those who have helped us
gratefulness to any help given by other people
All of the above
For Aristotle, God created humans to reason and are inclined to reason. Therefore, human beings are __________.
It is rooted in the human person's self-determination and the exercise of intellect and free will
Aquinas' one classification of law is the Natural Law. He defined it as the law that governs natural phenomena in nature. The following are examples of Natural Law, EXCEPT:
En-soi refers to things in the world that simply "are".Sartre said that people make use of these are their excuses to escape from obligations and acting on bad faith. Example of excuses are the following, EXCEPT:
I was born this way.
I grew up in a bad environment.
I can't reach my goal because I am poor.
This is my real attitude, but I can change it for the better.
Freedom should not be squandered but taken as a wonderful gift that must be nurtured and protected, not impinging the rights or freedom of others. This means that:
Actions are freedom.
We can do anything we want.
We should give our freedom to others,
A person has freedom but is responsible for the consequences of his/her choices.
It is an example of people who gathered to voice their disenchantment peacefully, and through mutual effort, ousted Marcos.
Fall of the Philippines
1986 EDSA Revolution
In Aristotle's Intellectual Freedom, what elements are said to drive each other?
reason, will, action
reason, will, decision
plan, process, action
input, process, output
Aquinas gave a fourfold classification of law: Eternal law, Natural law, Human law, and __________.
In the book "The Social Contract" by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, what theory did he elaborated?
theory of life
theory of society
theory of animals
theory of human nature
It is a Philosophical concept reflecting an inalienable human right to realize one’s human will.
God freeing us from our sins is the meaning of freedom in what aspect?
It is a type of right that is innate to a person.
It is a type of right that is based on society’s customs and laws.
"Human Person" primarily refers to any individual person.
Personal integrity does not define who a human person is, since a person is always a human person due to his physical attributes.
A person is already a complete being, thus he is no longer in the process of becoming an authentic human person.
A person who does evil and irrational things literally reduces himself / herself into the level of the animals.
Moral living entails an understanding of and respect for human persons.
The answer to the question "who am I" comes in great part from the continual interaction with others, our family, our friends and our Church.