The Binding Force Of Conscience In St. Thomas Aquinas

The Binding Force Of Conscience In St. Thomas Aquinas

CHAPTER ONE

  • INTRODUCTION

Man’s personal experience no doubt tells him that in him exists something in the nature of inner voice, which makes itself heard in man’s personal life, especially in his moral doings.  This inner voice is the conscience.  It is an ever-living term and concept in the history of Ethics in the sense that it occupies a strategic position in moral judgment. Continue reading The Binding Force Of Conscience In St. Thomas Aquinas

Conscience In Thomas Aquinas:A Philosophical Reflection

Conscience In Thomas Aquinas:A Philosophical Reflection

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

The modern world is characterized by violence, riots, wars, terrorism, and abortion, which constitute threats to the peaceful co-existence of men.  Analysts have strived to bring out solution to the problem in their various capacities. Both the advocates of peace and terror, theists and atheists explicitly or implicitly Continue reading Conscience In Thomas Aquinas:A Philosophical Reflection