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OMG! The Natural Moral Law! It's so cool. OMG...

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Transcript of OMG! The Natural Moral Law! It's so cool. OMG...

His family locked him in a tower and sent a prostitute to keep him from being a priest!
It is estimated that on his travels across Europe, St. Thomas Aquinas walked over 9,000 miles, damn this man surely enjoys to walk.
“Aquinas" is a latinized form of his family's Italian name, which reflected their dominion over an area including the county of Aquino.
INTELLECTUAL BEAST!!!
Well...yeah, you're right. It's about sex.
What's this MORAL LAW. Sounds....scandalous....
Generic scenic image, because teachers are suckers for photos and we want our grades.
Hom(er Simpson)osexuality:
You cannot reproduce because even though men will still 'do it', they cannot



which means that it doesn't follow the five primary precepts, ITS JUST NOT GOOD ACCORDING TO AQUINAS
$99999999.999
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol I.D.K, Chapter V
Thomas Aquinas that beast lived from 1225-1274.
In these 49 years that smart ass Thomas Aquinas invented the Natural Moral Law Theory and lots more *3*
He was called "The Christian Apostle" by that, Christian means Christian..... duh and Apostle means the 12th primary disciple of JESUS CHRIST *o*, well its just a nickname.
His brothers chose military careers. (Talk about beast's hot and sexy brother)
He didn't have a nice time with his mother when he joined the Dominican order.
The Dominican Order sent Aquinas to Rome, so that he won't be interrupted by his mother, but his mother sent his brother to kidnap him. *3*
The sexy-ass Thomas Aquinas...ooh la la
I bet you're thinking: this is like the only actual title I've seen.
MODERN EXAMPLES OF THIS MORAL LAW
OMG! The natural moral law! It's so cool.
Dem sexy, dem scandals, dem history
He isn't just a lady killer, he's sexy AND philosophical (I know, big words *wiggles eyebrows*)
Quotes, blah, blah, MODERN EXAMPLES, blah blah supercalifragilis ticexpialidocious, NEXT SLIDE
Doesn't everyone love pixellated things? Doesn't it piss the crap out of you?
Thomas Aqui - *ahem* - the sexy beast believed: God had a final cause in mind.
Natural moral law is all about the consequences of "da' final cause" and the five precepts
Future consequences = how to determine good or bad and whether to down the path or not
You + Jino: YEAH I DON'T CARE, WHERE IS THE SEX.
SEX

So why do we sex?

REPRODUCTION. REMEMBER YEAR 8. YEAH. THE BIRDS AND BEES.
Long story short: reproduction is done for continuing the human race. This is the reason we live.
The Four Causes show:
Material
- Two people who love each other VERY VERY much...
Efficient
- What happens in the bed
Formal
- The afterglow
Final
- Baby, bebé, Akachan, aga, whatever
Moral law tells us to look at the final cause and consider the 5 precepts:
BABY, ANYTHING WITH SEX TO PREGNANCY = GOOD

Then: sexual activity that doesn't bring a baby (condoms and...yeah...) = BAD
Basically, looking to the final cause with the 5 precepts to justify whether a reason for doing things is right or wrong = how the natural moral law works.
Career
Doctor of theology
and obviously a philosopher!! *duh*

Nice graphics, cuz' that's number two on the teacher sucker's list
Early Life
As a young man, he was called the “dumb ox” due to his silent ways and large size.
Aquinas is not married and has no children but it was said that he did had lots and lots of (and lots of lots of lots of) sex in his early life.

EVALUATION
Our opinion?
It's all bull...
Well....mostly...
MAKE A BABY
1 - Preservation of Life
2 - Reproduction
3 - Education
4 - Ordered society
5 - Worship God
The Big (D) FIVE! I MEAN FIVE
(The five primary precepts)
Abortion:
A natural birth consists on


abortion means you kill the fetus which "preservation of life" is not applicable.

ACTUALLY GIVING BIRTH
FUN FACTS ABOUT THE BEAST THOMAS AQUINAS:
YOUSA LIVE A VERY BORING LIFE.
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING AND WATCHING OUR NATURAL MORAL LAW (MUCHA SEX EDITION) PRESENTATION!!

Or shipping:
With the NML many things wouldn't exist with natural moral law for one, gays:
Or Animes:
Or TV Shows:
Although consequences and the five precepts are always considered in our decisions and behavior, the natural moral law is no longer the golden rule.
We also now take other things to rule, our happiness, what benefits? Reason?
The natural moral law is still valid. Just need some updates to fit in with people's developing beliefs.
Like: N.M.L 1.1
And sometimes, just: whateverit'sfunI'lltaketheconsequenceslaterwh-enmomkillsmeforbreakingthatvase

Article 26.

(1) Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.

TRANSLATION: EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION

Article 3.

Everyone has the right to live, liberty and security of person.

TRANSLATION: LIVE, MY SON.
United Nations
Human Rights:
Article 3 - preservation of life
Article 26 - education
Put it simply, although the natural moral law is our original moral law we believe in, we also begin to consider other things asides from our moral law.

We perceive and bring our thoughts and twist them to the new modernized point of view.

Society has changed to believe our things and as do we do also.

For happiness, for fun, for simply things we want to do even if we know it's stupid.

The natural moral law is no longer our perfect law.
MORE FACTS ;)
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