Question 1: The common good is often regarded as a ________ ideal, thus representing "the greatest possible good for the greatest possible number of individuals".
Question 2: In the popular meaning, the common good describes a specific " good" that is shared and beneficial for all (or most) members of a given ________.
Question 4: ________ was the first to articulate an ethical understanding of common good, followed by Augustine of Hippo and Thomas Aquinas who developed the concept into standard moral theology.
Question 5: Some assert that promoting the common good is the goal of ________ (in the sphere of politics) and socialism (in the sphere of economics).
Question 6: In this letter, Pope Leo guarantees the right to private property while insisting on the role of the state to require a ________.
Question 7: As an ethical and moral imperative, the common good is central to the tenets of many religious faiths and can be succinctly described as doing unto others, to use a ________ phrase, as we would wish done unto ourselves.