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Among his topics are forms of Christian optimism, evolution, the content and effects of a morally evil act, corporate guilt and original sin, judging and excusing, and expiation and the victim's need for justice.
When an act's intrinsic order conflicts with the agent's imposed intentional order, the result is a sort of "natural error" whereby the act fails to attain its proper end, but which is not in itself morally evil.
The Church teaches that one may legitimately choose to carry out an act that is morally good, but which has one or more unintended side effects that are morally evil.
19): If the bishops are so intent on influencing this election, perhaps they could begin by reminding us all how morally evil it would be for anyone to vote against a candidate solely on the basis of race.
The production of pornography and engagement in the slave trade are cited as examples of business activities that are always and without exception morally evil [138].
For instance, he translates "culpa" as "moral wrong" instead of "fault" or "guilt," in order to capture Thomas's meaning, of the objective defect of morally evil acts.
Choosing to retaliate with overwhelming force, destroying innocent lives and livelihoods along the way, is morally evil.
In the 20th century, we failed to stifle at birth the totalitarian concepts which created Nazism and Communism though we knew all along that both were morally evil - because decent men and women did not speak out in time," writes the British historian Paul Johnson in an article in the March 6, 1999, issue of The Spectator.
He laments the left's "tactic of assaulting one's opponents as not merely wrong but morally evil," but his book is nothing more than an extended assault on the left as morally evil.
Accordingly she provides extended discussions not only of self-deception, but of those who seem to simply be morally evil.
This does not make contraception an act of homicide, but if the contra-life intention renders homicide morally evil, then its presence in the act of contraception will render the latter morally wrong.
For Aquinas, an external act of killing a human being is morally disordered or a morally evil act.