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Religious philosophy of the Body Part I Patristic Thought, The Reformers, Genetic counseling, Casti Conubii and Humanae Vitae Presentation: Consider it. What are the Issues the Heavenly Father needed to address? Doctrinal and Religious Is Marriage a Decent? Reproduction? Is The Body Great?
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Religious philosophy of the Body Part I Patristic Thought, The Reformers, Eugenics, Casti Conubii and Humanae Vitae

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Introduction: Think about it. What are the Questions the Holy Father needed to address? Doctrinal and Theological-Is Marriage a Good? Multiplication? Is The Body Good? Philosophical-Is Authentic Freedom a Good? Opportunity v. self-sufficiency Moral and Legal-Is Human Nature (and Natural Law) Good?

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Overview of Presentations Background: Where does TB fall ever? Religious philosophy of the Body Original Innocence The Fall Redemption How would you be able to utilize this?

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Patristic Thought Background of awesome sexual lasciviousness Teachings of Jesus and Apostles on marriage, virginity, and celibacy drastically contradicted the agnostic\'s act world Widespread separation, contraception, fetus removal, and child murder; modesty for guys was incredible.

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Patristic Thought Gnostics-magical dualists who held that matter was malicious, therefore human body and sexuality Total forbearance Licentiousness without reproduction Fathers adulated virginity, self-restraint and maintained the benefit of marriage, and underscored the benefit of multiplication

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Patristic Thought There was an anxiety about sex. Wickedness of the agnostics Story of the fall; Adam and Eve were embarrassed The longing\'s issue (desire) Blamed the loss of coordination on unique sin Thus, they focused on the procreative end with a specific end goal to stress prudence in marriage Paul: marriage could relieve lust Balancing these worries was

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Augustine De bono coniugali - Marriage is earnestly a decent; encapsulates, fides, proles , sacramentum ; Holy Trinity is the characterizing and interpretive vital De virginitate - Based upon Paul’s perspective of virginity and sanctification to the Lord

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St. Paul 1 Cor. 7:25 ff. Presently as to virgins, I have no rule from the Lord, 11 yet I give my supposition as one who by the Lord\'s leniency is dependable. 26 So this is the thing that I think best as a result of the present pain: that it really is great for a man to stay as he seems to be. 27 Are you bound to a wife? Try not to look for a partition. Is it accurate to say that you are free of a wife? At that point don\'t search for a wife. 28 If you wed, on the other hand, you don\'t sin, nor does an unmarried lady sin on the off chance that she weds; yet such individuals will encounter distress in their natural life, and I might want to extra you that. 29 12 …For the world in its present structure is passing endlessly. 32 I ought to like you to be free of tensions. … 35 I am letting you know this for your own advantage, not to force a limitation upon you, but rather for the purpose of appropriateness and adherence to the Lord without diversion. 36

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De Genesi commercial litteram The benefit of marriage is triple: fides, proles , sacramentum . Devotion guarantees that no sex happens with another outside the obligation of marriage. The posterity is to be affectionately invited, lovingly supported, and religiously raised. The sacramentum sets out that the marriage is not brace into pieces, and that the spouse or wife rejected by the accomplice ought not be joined to another, notwithstanding for the sole purpose of posterity.

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Tradition on Marriage From the Fathers to Trent, concerning the endowments doled out to marriage: proles, fides, sacramentum. The principal of these is multiplication. Marriage was seen as a holy observance of the New Law, a wellspring of elegance for marital sacredness, speaking to the union in the middle of Christ and the Church.

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Reformers With the Reformers came an accentuation on the defilement of human instinct in the fall and with that, an accentuation on marriage as a solution for lust. Since effortlessness does not reorder human instinct by a genuine change in the individual, lust itself turns into the law of marriage.

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Trent 24 th Session …Impious men of this age seething, have not just had false thoughts touching this revered ceremony, in any case, acquainting agreeing with their wont, under the Gospel\'s appearance, a lustful freedom, they have by word and composing affirmed, not without awesome damage to the steadfast of Christ, numerous things outsider from the assessment of the Catholic Church, and from the utilization sanction of since the messengers\' seasons ON THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY. Standard I.- If any one saith , that marriage is not really and legitimately one of the seven holy observances of the evangelic law, (a holy observance) initiated by Christ the Lord; however that it has been concocted by men in the Church; and that it doesn\'t present beauty; let him be an utter detestation.

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Trent: Reaction or Affirmation Trent - simply a response to the kind of things Luther held? The one sided recipes of the committee then would only be the Church\'s response to a specific issue and could be released crazy. I would recommend as opposed to stating that she needed to talk in light of the connection, that the setting was an issue simply because the upsetting components of that connection were in strife with reality about blessedness and marital celibacy. Also, the disturbing components of that setting were not all that unique in relation to the prior battles or our cutting edge ones, too.

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Manicheeism survives And the dualism\'s impact of the Manichees has never been found among the scholars. The fact is that if marriage is just a solution for lust and has no inborn goodness as the Church has continually avowed, a decency raised to the level of holy observance, then, obviously, the entire of Christian marital profound quality falls. Marriage would not so much be insoluble, nor would it then be coordinated to the benefit of multiplication and training of youngsters, nor would solidarity of the mates in their conjugal adoration be viewed as a steady decent.

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Tradition on Freedom Intellect and unrestrained choice ST I-II Prologue-picture in insight and choice Efficacious Human acts include authority through activity of reason and will Consciousness The acknowledgment of subjectivity

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Philosophy What is Freedom? How is it conceivable to talk about genuine human flexibility and law (e.g. normal law, divine law) without a conflict of wills?

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Background Philosophical Moral inquiry Objective-Goodness Subjective-Happiness Anthropological Question Who am I? What does it intend to be a man? Philosophical Question How is Happiness Possible for a Person? God Alone is Good

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Freedom and Morality Human Being Per Nature Freedom (Virtues) The Goal of Life: Perfection of Nature

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Freedom and Morality Subject Freedom (Virtues) Happiness

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Two Fonts of Christian Morality St. Paul’s Morality Gives Jewish Justice and Greek Wisdom another establishment Jesus Christ is The Power of God-Jewish Law-Justice The Wisdom of God-Greek Philosophy-Wisdom Natural Human Reason as an investment in Divine Reason The Sermon on the Mount Beatitudes and Happiness

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Question for Morality How does Faith impact Morality Concretely? How to bring the Sermon\'s Law and the Faith in Christ of Paul together? The Synthesis from the Patristic period through the Scholastic Period accentuated reason (participatio) as the measure of human activities Free acts were, of need, additionally sensible Under the impact of nominalism there was a turn towards immaculate will

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Nominalist Philosophy Inserted a contention between human opportunity and Nature was something to be ruled The slants of human instinct (counting goodness, sexuality) were a danger to flexibility In the Aristotelian-Augustinian-Thomistic combination flexibility begins in the slants of nature

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Freedom and Morality Human Being w/Reason Image of God Freedom (Virtues: Human and Theological) Perfection: Beatitude

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Kant Autonomy takes the spot of took part reason as the measure of human activity Marriage is a sort of solution for desire (sex happens underneath the level of personhood)

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Scheler Restores the idea of “object” rejected in Kantian subjectivism yet it is an object of feeling. Standards of moral esteem really remain subjectivist and deliberate But, Christ is a genuine lawgiver

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Contemporary Idea: flexibility and sexuality 1. The human individual must have permit in sexual matters in view of unique sin. The point is by all accounts that the desire that remaining parts after immersion is unequipped for being controlled by reason and will. Certainly, the requirement for unwinding profound quality is based upon a subject\'s determinism which holds that the ethical specialists is not by any stretch of the imagination allowed to subject his interests to reason and will.

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Freedom and Sexual Expression 2. In the meantime, the privilege to sexual expression claimed to be established in human flexibility. The idea is one in which we have the surrender to desire joined to the consensual thought of flexibility, which brings about calling this surrender of human nobility a privilege. The privilege turns out to be not just a privilege to live out for myself my sexual propensities, additionally to request that others stay quiet or obediently agree to comparable sexual expression.

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The Progressives and Eugenics Background to Casti Conubii

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Law and its Origin Moral Law is not a matter for Catholics just The Declaration of Independence The Law of Nature and Nature’s God Self-apparent truth’s-God’s insight supplies reason with certain criteria for legit judgment Unalienable rights-The human\'s way being built up points of confinement upon the State

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Blackstone’s Commentaries 1765-1769 Foremost law book in England and US Played a huge part being developed of US lawful framework

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Blackstone Those rights then which God and nature have set up , and are in this way called regular rights, for example, are life and freedom, require not the guide of human laws to be all the mo

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