Natural Moral Law ~ Ethics ~ AS/A2

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Deontological ethics: ethical systems which consider that the moral act itself has moral values (e.g. telling the truth is always right, even when it may cause pain or harm).

Purpose: the idea that the rightness or wrongness of an action can be discovered by looking at whether or not the action agrees with human purpose.

Eternal law: the principles by which God made and controls the universe which are only fully known by God.

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