How can, under Catholic laws, the killing of another human being be morally justified?
St. Thomas Aquinas is regarded as one of the Doctors of the Catholic Church. This is because he established much of what the Church regards as Doctrine in reference to moral theology. One of these things was the question of a how a person can kill another in warfare, and be justified doing it. Thomas Aquinas based much of his theology on the earlier works of St. Augustine of Hippo, and also brought to light many theories, such as the principle of Double Effect and situational ethics. In this essay, I will be discussing the theory of Double Effect, and how it justifies killing another perso…
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