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6. Authoritarian conscience - we internalise rules of external authorities feel guilt for breaking them, and become more submissive to the authority.

  • Aquinas
  • Piaget
  • Fromm
  • Hume

7. Humanistic Conscience - has 'an intuitive knowledge of what is human and inhuman, what is conductive to life and what is destructive of life'

  • Fromm
  • Augustine
  • Freud
  • Piaget

8. Which Theologian taught that conscience is an intuition?

  • Butler
  • Newman
  • St Paul
  • Aquinas

9. Aquinas used the concept of Synderesis. What did he mean by this?

  • The ability to grasp our ultimate human nature, to know the primary precepts
  • Synderesis means that people sin sometimes, through ignorance
  • The ability to balance self interest against the needs of others
  • Deriving secondary precepts and applying them to real situations

10. Who said 'had it strength, as it has right; had it power as it has manifest authority, it would absolutely govern the world'?

  • Butler
  • Fromm
  • Newman
  • Piaget

11. Who said 'I shall drink to my conscience, and then the Pope'?

  • Butler
  • St Paul
  • Newman
  • Aquinas