Fundamental Moral Theology

Fundamental Moral Theology deals with the foundations of theological ethics. The orientation of the proposed teaching is in virtue ethics, illustrated by Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas, and belonging to the Dominican theological tradition. It draws on the work of St. Thomas Aquinas, read in light of his biblical and patristic sources and in dialogue with contemporary issues. Fundamental Moral Theology studies the happiness or ultimate end of man, the conditions and structure of human action, its interior principles which are the passions and virtues, and its exterior principles which are the law and grace. All these elements are enlightened by reason and by revelation, and animated, healed, and elevated by grace, ordered to God the Trinity by Christ, dead and resurrected to give us Life.


Doctoral colloquium

A doctoral colloquium on the common good will be held on May 20 and 21. This colloquium will have a moral and dogmatic dimension, but will also be rooted in a reflection likely to interest doctoral students…

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Hat der Pazifismus ausgedient?

09.04.2022 - Prof. Daniel Bogner diskutiert in der Sendung "Streitkultur" des Deutschlandfunks mit dem Berliner Wissenschaftsphilosophen Prof. Oliver Müller. Hören Sie die Sendung hier nach.

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27.04.2022, 17H15, MIS 03 3120

Leçon inaugurale du Prof. Luc-Thomas Somme o.p.

Le Doyen de la Faculté de Théologie et le président du Département de Théologie morale et d'Éthique vous invitent à la Leçon inaugurale du Prof. Luc-Thomas Somme o.p., Chaire francophone de Théologie…

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Instruction in Fundamental moral theology follows a two year cycle.

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