Freedom of the Human Person Quiz

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What does freedom refer to according to Aristotle?

The ability to make choices and have inner awareness of right and wrong

What is psychological freedom also known as?

Freedom of Choice

What does free will allow us to do?

Decide on things we do

What is the essential property of a human person according to the text?

Freedom Itself

What does physical freedom refer to?

The absence of any physical restraint

What is psychological freedom?

Intrinsic and essential property of a human person

Which type of freedom refers to using freedom in a manner that upholds human dignity and goodness?

Moral Freedom

What type of freedom refers to the ability to make choices and perform actions, being intrinsic and essential to the human person?

Free Will

Which type of freedom allows a person to perform actions that he or she considers right and wise?

Moral Freedom

What type of freedom refers to the natural inclination for what is true and good, and becomes less free when used in a bad way?

Moral Freedom

Which element of freedom is the ability of a person to act of his or her own free will and self-determination?

Voluntariness

What element of freedom refers to the person being accountable for his or her actions and their consequences?

Responsibility

In the exercise of freedom, what refers to the ability to govern and discipline oneself with the use of reason, caution, and good judgment in making decisions?

Prudence

What factor allows individuals to be more rational in making choices, by enabling them to consider their decisions carefully?

Self-reflection

Which type of freedom allows a person to decide on things depending on the situation?

Free Will

What type of freedom refers to a type of freedom from physical restraint?

Physical Freedom

Study Notes

Aristotle's View on Freedom

  • Freedom, according to Aristotle, refers to the ability to act in accordance with reason and virtue.

Types of Freedom

  • Psychological freedom is also known as autonomy.
  • Physical freedom refers to the absence of external constraints or restraints on a person's actions.

Intrinsic Freedom

  • Essential property of a human person is the ability to make choices and perform actions, which is intrinsic and essential to human nature.
  • Freedom of self-determination refers to the ability to act of one's own free will.

Moral Freedom

  • Moral freedom refers to using freedom in a manner that upholds human dignity and goodness.
  • Freedom of moral integrity allows a person to perform actions that he or she considers right and wise.

Natural Freedom

  • Natural freedom refers to the natural inclination for what is true and good, but becomes less free when used in a bad way.

Elements of Freedom

  • Self-determination refers to the ability of a person to act of his or her own free will.
  • Accountability refers to the person being accountable for his or her actions and their consequences.
  • Self-governance refers to the ability to govern and discipline oneself with the use of reason, caution, and good judgment in making decisions.

Rational Freedom

  • Rational freedom allows individuals to be more rational in making choices, by enabling them to consider their decisions carefully.
  • Situational freedom allows a person to decide on things depending on the situation.

Freedom from Restraint

  • Negative freedom refers to a type of freedom from physical restraint.

Test your knowledge on the concept of freedom and free will. Explore the meaning of freedom as the ability to make choices, create oneself, and understand what is right and wrong.

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