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Meanings and phrases
- concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles
- psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect
- the significance of a story or event; lesson
- certainty based on an inner conviction
- the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong; virtue; virtuousness
- an efficient incentive; dynamic
- (economics) the lack of any incentive to guard against a risk when you are protected against it (as by insurance)
- "Capitalism begins with giving," he asserted, while New Deal liberalism created moral hazard.
- In other words, moral hazard in the private health insurance industry makes health care more affordable.
- As a result, the more moral hazard there is, the more money available for income transfer to the people who really need it.
- an obligation arising out of considerations of right and wrong
- In 2018, he stated that "Europe belongs to the Europeans" and that Europe has a moral obligation to aid refugees whose lives are in peril.
- After the events of May 1968, Marker felt a moral obligation to abandon his own personal film career and devote himself to SLON and its activities.
- This became a moral obligation for the wealthy citizens when seeking high magistrate positions in the Roman Republic, such as consul, praetor or aedile.
- the philosophical study of moral values and rules; ethics
- Martinetti was professor of theoretical and moral philosophy.
- Hunter was awarded a first-class degree in logic and moral philosophy in 1863.
- He is known for his work in the philosophy of education, moral philosophy, and race.
- the principles of right and wrong that are accepted by an individual or a social group; ethic; value-system; value orientation
- the principle that conduct should be moral
- motivation deriving logically from ethical or moral principles that govern a person's thoughts and actions; conscience; scruples; sense of right and wrong
- (see the Rational intuition versus moral sense section of this article for further discussion).
- Sufficiently broadly defined, ethical intuitionism can be taken to encompass cognitivist forms of moral sense theory.
- Evelyn Waugh, writing in 1946, acknowledged Orwell's high moral sense and respect for justice but believed "he seems never to have been touched at any point by a conception of religious thought and life."
- Quaker moral values were deeply instilled in his family.
- Conduct classes to revive Chinese traditional moral values.
- Cải lương normally highlights/praises Vietnamese moral values.
- Secondly, a charge against the moral character.
- Terrible rumors were also put out about their moral character.
- She was famous among the Manchu aristocracy for her talent, moral character and looks.
- Chandan requests Prakash to accompany him to give moral support.
- Andrew provided moral support throughout the trip and was there for anyone who needed a hug.
- Ministers offered spiritual and moral support to the resistance fighters and people in hiding.
- Sleyne was very learned in languages and moral theology, and had traveled widely.
- From 1964, he was a specialist in the field of moral theology at the Catholic University of Lublin.
- Daniel Flynn, whom Smith had served as an altar boy, also taught him moral theology at the seminary.
- ", published in 1886, based on his own ideas of moral responsibility.
- That means we have a moral responsibility to provide them with support now."
- He defended a view of moral responsibility we would call libertarianism today.
- All advertisements would have to meet "high moral standards".
- Chastity is usually defined within the moral standards and guidelines of a culture, civilization or religion.
- Also, if MBE makes some people morally better, it could unfairly raise the moral standards for everyone else.
- Shota is uneasy, feeling this theft breaks their moral code.
- The new moral code meant that respectable men dared not be caught.
- Of Parker, Statham has commented that he's "a man who lives by a certain moral code.
- Such topics are ones that involve the mind and are relevant to moral issues.
- Not a film where moral issues are forgotten in the excitement of an action climax.
- That happens occasionally on topics where moral issues and equal-treatment issues intersect."
- It became a moral authority during the Middle Ages.
- Do clerics have the moral authority to address corruption in society?
- He said that his voluntary give-back gave him moral authority to make cuts in the budget.
- It is widely believed that Aristophanes condemned rhetoric on both moral and political grounds.
- Since the late 1950s Sakharov had become concerned about the moral and political implications of his work.
- He has published many essays in moral and political philosophy in philosophical, medical, and legal journals.
- Jews and Christians accept as valid and binding many of the same moral principles taught in the Torah.
- However, Marx did have a theory of the evolution of moral principles in relation to specific economic systems.
- In rule utilitarianism, the principle of utility determines the validity of rules of conduct (moral principles).
- The law also recognizes the existence of moral rights.
- In the UK, however, moral rights are finite.
- Many countries do not allow the transfer of moral rights.
- It is frequently cited as an example case of moral panic in New Zealand.
- Media reports sparked a moral panic surrounding rave parties and drug use at venues.
- The stabbing in Waukesha spawned a nationwide moral panic over Slender Man across the United States.
- All advertisements would have to meet "high moral standards".
- According to a psychologist, the shooter has a high moral standard.
- Like many of the Eastern Fathers, he focuses on high moral living as essential to true Christianity.
- Kohlberg used the Heinz Dilemma to apply to his stages of moral development.
- Some use the term "moral psychology" relatively narrowly to refer to the study of moral development.
- Piaget's views of moral development were elaborated by Kohlberg into a stage theory of moral development.
- Marriage is holy, while homosexual acts go against the natural moral law."
- This was a loose term for those who saw the moral law as no longer relevant for Christians.
- Instead, he claims, a person has a good will when he 'acts out of respect for the moral law'.
- Aeschylus's work has a strong moral and religious emphasis.
- He conducted moral and religious classes for the prisoners in the Bangalore and Mysore jails.
- Representing himself, Donaldson testified on legal, moral and religious issues (including an explanation of "karma" and of silent meditation).
- It emphasizes detachment from the material world, and addresses many moral and ethical issues.
- GameSpot felt the game addressed moral and ethical dilemmas regarding artificial intelligence.
- But this requires society to support the moral and ethical position that all species have an inherent right to exist."
- Markoff has no moral dilemma in experimenting on unsuspecting human subjects.
- He demonstrated no moral qualms about the institution and referred to his slaves as "a Species of Property."
- As the series progresses, he reveals himself to be a sadistic sociopath with no moral restraints whatsoever.
- "Lottery" appears in Indian textbooks and in compilations of moral education books.
- The book served as a standard Confucianist textbook for the moral education of women in traditional China for two millennia.
- Several other MBE proponents have cited moral education as an example of socially accepted non-biomedical moral enhancement.
- "Roxana" narrates the moral and spiritual decline of a high society courtesan.
- The association's stated purpose was to educate theology students about the moral and spiritual requirements of monastic life.
- The GIT has dedicated itself to the process of bringing about intellectual, moral and spiritual improvement to individuals, families and communities in Guyana.
- Xie Jiong was known for his good moral conduct and brilliance since he was young.
- In her youth, Zhang Chunhua was already known for her good moral conduct, intelligence and wisdom.
- Entrance to the school was by competitive examination for boys between fourteen and sixteen years of "sound health and good moral character."
- Roberts opposed the society on moral grounds and stated, "The god of the lodge is not the God of the Bible."
- She argued that capitalism should be supported on moral grounds, not just on the basis of practical benefits.
- He supports the right of pharmacists to refuse to fill prescriptions for contraceptives on religious or moral grounds.