Chapter 5 SummaryThe Elements of Moral Philosophy’s fifthchapter is showing about Ethical Egoism and Psychological Egoism. At the first, book starts by example, why do weneed to help the starving. Then it explains about psychological and ethicalegoism. Psychological egoismis the theory that all human behavior is ‘for one’s own interest’. In psychologicalegoism, all people merely do what they want to do for their own benefit, andeven under this theory charity
In Thomas Aquinaswriting, “Suicide is Unnatural and Immoral”, Aquinas presents three reasons whysuicide is in fact immoral. One of the reasons he provides deals with thecommunity, where he states, “by killing himself he injures the community”(Aquinas, 1912). This quote presents the idea on how by ending one’s own life,they are removing themselves from the community, and by doing so they can nolonger contribute to the community, therefore injuring the community.
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“Right is right, and wrong is wrong, and a body ain’t got no business doing wrong when he ain’t ignorant and knows better” (Twain). Twain’s quote on morality reflects what he is trying to show throughout the book, characters who are doing what they have been told was right or just, even though it may not be moral, or they did these actions because they believed they were privileged enough.
So how does the religion of the Faith ofthe Seven from Game of Thrones depict to Catholicism? Well, the Faith of the Seven is basically thesame as its real life analogue. In an interview, George R.R. Martin states,”Instead of the Trinity of the Catholic Church, you have The Seven, where thereis one God with seven aspects. In Catholicism, you have three aspects- theFather, the Son, and the Holy Ghost…” As