Exam: 60 % Continuous assessment: 40 %
“No one can escape from the fundamental questions: What must I do? How do I distinguish good from evil?” Veritatis Splendor, 2. Yet by way of these questions, important moral foundations are disclosed. By attending to the process of moral reflection, the aims of this module are as follows: to appreciate the operation of fundamental dynamics of human action and reflection; to recognise the principles moving moral discourse, and to employ a Christian perspective in a deliberation towards action.
- — Describe the dynamic of moral reasoning and action
- — Explain of the theological and human sources of moral reflection
- — Relate the principles and practices of moral theology to particular cases
- — Identify contemporary debates in method in moral theology