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Wheelock, Reflections, Moral and Political on Great Britain and Her Colonies, 1770
In 1692, Quesnel published a book which he had been working on since 1668, Réflexions morales sur le Nouveau Testament ( Moral Reflections on the New Testament ), a devotional guide to the New Testament which laid out the Jansenist position in strong terms.
Louis XIV received the Bull at Fontainebleau on September 24, 1713, and sent a copy to Cardinal Noailles, who revoked his approbation of the Moral Reflections given in 1695.
* Reflections ; or Sentences and Moral Maxims ( 1665 1678 ) by François de La Rochefoucauld ( 1613 1680 )
In 1720 his brother Lewis, in what may be a formal letter to the vicar-general of the Bishop of Apt, contradicted a report that Thomas had concurred in an appeal to a general council against the condemnation of Pasquier Quesnel's ‘ Moral Reflectionsby Pope Clement XI.
* The Dawn ( book ), Daybreak: Reflections on Moral Prejudices, an 1881 book of aphorisms by Friedrich Nietzsche
* The Ethics Recession: Reflections on the Moral Underpinnings of the Current Economic Crisis "( 2009 ), ISBN 0-615-27535-4
* Some Reflections on a late Pamphlet called, The State of the Moral World Considered, 1732

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Other than these theological textbooks, and the aforementioned works of the mixture of prose and poetry, Alan of Lille had numerous other works on numerous subjects, primarily including Speculative Theology, Theoretical Moral Theology, Practical Moral Theology, and various collections of poems.
Moral action always has an effect on certain people or things, the consequences.
In addition to the EP's controversial artwork depicting a gold Christ figure on a cross of dollar bills, the lyrics contained Biafra's most biting social and political commentary yet, and songs such as " Moral Majority ", " Nazi Punks Fuck Off!
Pages 35 46 in Darwin, Mars and Freud: Their influence on Moral Theory ( A L Caplan and B Jennings, Eds.
He won on a platform calling for a " Moral Revolution ," making active efforts to prosecute corruption and pursued those responsible for alleged human rights abuses in the 1980s.
Between 1748 and 1751 the Philosophes reached their most influential period, as Montesquieu published Spirit of Laws ( 1748 ) and Jean Jacques Rousseau published Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences ( 1750 ).
* Arndt, Karl J. R. Harmony on the Wabash in Transition to Rapp's Divine Economy on the Ohio and Owen's New Moral World at New Harmony on the Wabash 1824 1826.
* A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences English translation
Many objections to non-cognitivism based on the linguistic characteristics of what purport to be moral judgments were originally raised by Peter Glassen in " The Cognitivity of Moral Judgments ", published in Mind in January 1959, and in Glassen's follow-up article in the January 1963 issue of the same journal.
An author who focuses on Rand's ethics, Tara Smith, stays closer to Rand's original ideas in such works as Moral Rights and Political Freedom ( 1995 ), Viable Values ( 2000 ), and Ayn Rand's Normative Ethics ( 2006 ).
* Moral technique: the realization of the intended transformation, depending on a mastery of practical skills.
Gay Rights and Moral Panic: The Origins of America's Debate on Homosexuality, Palgrave MacMillan.
Marge has higher morals than most other characters, once leading a family values crusade against the violent Itchy & Scratchy Show and being a prominent member of the " Citizens ' Committee on Moral Hygiene.
* Rawls, John ( 2000 ), Lectures on the History of Moral Philosophy, Barbara Herman ( ed.
In recent years, Edmund Jephcott and Stanford University Press have published new translations of some of Adorno's lectures and books, including Introduction to Sociology, Problems of Moral Philosophy and his transcribed lectures on Kant's Critique of Pure Reason and Aristotle's " Metaphysics ", and a new translation of the Dialectic of Enlightenment.
It has been claimed that Paley was not a very original thinker and that the philosophical part of his treatise on ethics is “ an assemblage of ideas developed by others and is presented to be learned by students rather than debated by colleagues .” Nevertheless, his book The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy ( 1785 ) was a required text at Cambridge and Smith says that Paley ’ s writings were “ once as well known in American colleges as were the readers and spellers of William McGuffey and Noah Webster in the elementary schools .” Although now largely missing from the philosophical canon, Schneewind writes that " utilitarianism first became widely known in England through the work of William Paley.
It is possible that Bentham was spurred on to publish after he saw the success of Paley ’ s The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy.
He lectured on Samuel Clarke, Joseph Butler and John Locke in his systematic course on moral philosophy, which subsequently formed the basis of his Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy ; and on the New Testament, his own annotated copy of which is in the British Library.
* Moral anti-realism, on the other hand, holds that moral statements either fail or do not even attempt to report objective moral facts.

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The term " consequentialism " was coined by G. E. M. Anscombe in her essay " Modern Moral Philosophy " in 1958, to describe what she saw as the central error of certain moral theories, such as those propounded by Mill and Sidgwick.
It was not until publication of The Abuse of Casuistry: A History of Moral Reasoning ( 1988 ), by Albert Jonsen and Stephen Toulmin, that a revival of casuistry occurred.
A good reference, analyzing the methodological structure of casuistic argument, is The Abuse of Casuistry: A History of Moral Reasoning ( 1990 ), by Albert Jonsen and Stephen Toulmin ( ISBN 0-520-06960-9 ).
Christian alternative music has its roots in the early 1980s, as the earliest efforts at Christian punk and new wave were recorded by artists like Andy McCarroll and Moral Support, Undercover, The 77s, Adam Again, Quickflight, Daniel Amos, Youth Choir ( later renamed The Choir ), Lifesavers Underground, Michael Knott, The Altar Boys, Breakfast with Amy, Steve Taylor, 4-4-1, David Edwards and Vector.
It was followed by Academia Scientiarum ( 1687 ), and by A Moral Discourse of the Power of Interest ( 1690 ), dedicated to Robert Boyle, Abercromby's patron in the 1680s.
Anscombe in her essay " Modern Moral Philosophy " in 1958, to describe what she saw as the central error of certain moral theories, such as those propounded by Mill and Sidgwick.
In Moral Machines: Teaching Robots Right from Wrong, Wendell Wallach and Colin Allen conclude that issues in machine ethics will likely drive advancement in understanding of human ethics by forcing us to address gaps in modern normative theory and by providing a platform for experimental investigation.
Moral and scientific thinking together do not suffice to understand human existence, so a further set of categories, governed by a norm of " authenticity ", is necessary to understand human existence.
This argument was explicitly given by Adam Smith in his Theory of Moral Sentiments, and has more recently been developed by Harvard economist Benjamin Friedman in his book The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth.
* The Lesser Evil: Moral Approaches to Genocide Practices ( Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions ), edited by Helmut Dubiel and Gabriel Motzkin.
He also found time for philosophical speculations, and in 1830 he published his Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers of Man and the Investigation of Truth, which was followed in 1833 by a sequel, The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings.
** Moral relativism maintains that all moral judgments have their origins either in societal or in individual standards, and that no single objective standard exists by which one can assess the truth of a moral proposition.
*** Moral rationalism, also called ethical rationalism, is the view according to which moral truths ( or at least general moral principles ) are knowable a priori, by reason alone.
The term originates from a 1906 address by William James entitled The Moral Equivalent of War, subsequently published in essay form in 1910.
* Moral Cognitivism vs. Non-Cognitivism-Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry by Mark van Roojen.
# The Adaptation of External Nature to the Moral and Intellectual Condition of Man, by Thomas Chalmers, D. D.
As Manifested in the Adaptation of External Nature to the Moral and Intellectual Constitution of Man ; Bridgewater Treatises, W. Pickering, 1834 ( reissued by Cambridge University Press, 2009 ; ISBN 978-1-108-00072-7 )
# Moral law of karma: Every action ( by way of body, speech, and mind ) will have karmic results ( a. k. a. reaction ).

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