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1-The following is a quotation from the play "A Man For All Seasons". Which conscience does Thomas More exemplify in this dialogue with the Duke of Norfolk? (Conscience/1,Conscience/2,orConscience/3 Explain.
NORFOLK:All right-we're at war with the Pope! The Pope's a princ,isn't he?
MORE:He is.
NORFOLK:And a bad one?

MORE:Bad enough. __But the theory is that he's also the Vicar of God,the descendant of St. Peter,our only link with Crist_.
NORFOLK:(sneering)A tenuous link.
MORE:oh,tenous indeed.
NORFOLK:(To the others)Does this make sense?(No reply;they look at MORE)You'll forfeit all you've got--which includes the respect of your country--for a theory?
MORE:(Hotly)The Apostolic seccession of the Pope's--Stops;interested)..._Why it's theory,yes;you can't see it can't touch it;it's theory.(To Norfolk very rapidly but calmly)But what matters to me is not whether it's true or not but that I believe it to be true,or rather,not that I believe it,but that I believe it..._
Conscience #3
In this quotation from the plan "A man For all Seasons",Thomas More exemplifies Conscience 3 (the judgement). More went through the syndresis (capacity),the moral science(process)what to or what ought not to do "Rationalize"and he made his decission in the end,which is the Jusgement=_Conscience 3.
1-The following is a quotation from the play "A Man For All Seasons". Which conscience does Thomas More exemplify in this dialogue with the Duke of Norfolk? (Conscience/1,Conscience/2,orConscience/3 Explain.
NORFOLK:All right-we're at war with the Pope! The Pope's a princ,isn't he?
MORE:He is.
NORFOLK:And a bad one?

MORE:Bad enough. __But the theory is that he's also the Vicar of God,the descendant of St. Peter,our only link with Crist_.
NORFOLK:(sneering)A tenuous link.
MORE:oh,tenous indeed.
NORFOLK:(To the others)Does this make sense?(No reply;they look at MORE)You'll forfeit all you've got--which includes the respect of your country--for a theory?
MORE:(Hotly)The Apostolic seccession of the Pope's--Stops;interested)..._Why it's theory,yes;you can't see it can't touch it;it's theory.(To Norfolk very rapidly but calmly)But what matters to me is not whether it's true or not but that I believe it to be true,or rather,not that I believe it,but that I believe it..._
Conscience #3
In this quotation from the plan "A man For all Seasons",Thomas More exemplifies Conscience 3 (the judgement). More went through the syndresis (capacity),the moral science(process)what to or what ought not to do "Rationalize"and he made his decission in the end,which is the Jusgement=_Conscience 3.
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