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The act of applying our knowledge of good and evil to what we do (or might do)
Believed that conscience was literally the voice of God, informing us of what is right and wrong and we receive this message intuitively
Stated that our nature means we have a conscience, which is a voice from God, telling us what to do
Considered conscience to be a process of intuitive judgement against conflicting desires, rather than a rational reflection
Conscience is neither intuitive nor rationalist; instead, it is a pre- rational function of the unconscious mind
Argued that we do not develop the ability to think abstractly, which includes thinking about morality, until around the age of eleven and so until then we must rely on others
Considered conscience in two different ways, changing his ideas as he changed the society he was living in

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