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theology chapter 3&4

Freedom for excellence or authentic (true) freedom The power to act freely with excellence and perfection
Freedom of indifference (false freedom) The power to choose between contraries
Vincible ignorance is when we do not know something we ought to know. A person is morally responsible for these acts because they have a duty to know.
Invincible ignorance is when we do not know something impossible (or very difficult) for us to know. NOT morally responsible for acts committed while invicibly ignorant.
Conscience It is a practical (useful) judgment of reason (made by the intellect) about a specific situation or action.
Culpability meriting condemnation or blame especially as wrong or harmful
Created by: JEmerson2013