Subject: Theology semester essay exam
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Topic: Utilizing concepts/terms/readings drawn from the Fall 2020 Semester (according to the criteria outlined above), discuss how a Philosophical Perspective and a (Catholic Christian) Theological Perspective each explain the human person’s Telos, and each explains how the human person can reach that Telos. Your response must include some treatment of Restlessness and Suffering.
Details: Incorporate FOUR concepts/terms/readings from Unit 1, FOUR concepts/terms/readings from Unit 2, and TWO concepts/terms/readings from Unit 3, for TEN total concepts/terms/readings.
Each of the TEN concepts/terms/readings you incorporate should be drawn from a different reading, theorist, class discussion, homework assignment, video, etc. For example, if you incorporate the idea of Eudaimonia, you could not also incorporate the idea of Habituation, as both concepts are associated with Aristotle’s Anthropology. NOTE: Make reference to the sections which organize the Review Sheet above to help you distinguish separate “chunks” of content.
In incorporating these TEN concepts/terms/readings, integrate them in ways that demonstrate your understanding of each. To this end, you should write as though the reader is entirely unfamiliar with the concepts/terms/readings you incorporate.
Begin your essay with a Thesis Statement and indicate that this is your Thesis Statement by circling or BOLDING Similarly, underline or number each of the TEN concepts/terms/readings you incorporate (any concepts/terms/readings you fail to underline or number WILL NOT be included when considering the TEN concepts/terms/readings you incorporate).
The file attached is the source you should use.
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