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* Moral technique: the realization of the intended transformation, depending on a mastery of practical skills.
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The film was made with funds raised by François Truffaut, who liked the script, and was initially intended to be the third " Moral Tale ".
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* Moral imagination: the imaginative transformation of such principles into a concrete intention applicable to the particular situation ( situational ethics ); and
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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.
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.
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 ).
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.
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 Truth of the Gospel is in its Spirit and Moral, its practical Graces ," he said, " the rest is, in Comparison, as sounding Brass, or as a tinkling Cymbal.
Clare illustrated Shaw's Buoyant Billions: A Comedy of No Manners in Prose ( 1949 ), and the posthumously published My Dear Dorothea: A practical system of Moral education for females Embodied in a letter to a young person Of that sex ( 1956 ), written when he was 21.
" ( 1994 p. 5 ) Moral judgments are thought to be practical because they are thought to motivate those who accept them.
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`` The Moral Creed '' and `` The Will To Risk '' live happily together, if we do not examine where the line is to be drawn.
Moral dread is seen as the other face of desire, and here psychoanalysis delivers to the writer a magnificent irony and a moral problem of great complexity.
Sessions devoted to `` Ethics and Foreign Policy Trends '', `` Moral Principle and Political Judgment '', `` Christian Ethics in the Cold War '' and related subjects proved to be much livelier under this procedure than if Catholics were merely talking to themselves.
* Richardson, Donna, ' The Can Of Ail: A. E. Housman ’ s Moral Irony ,' Victorian Poetry, Volume 48, Number 2, Summer 2010 ( 267-285 )
* A Treatise of Human Nature: Being an Attempt to introduce the experimental Method of Reasoning into Moral Subjects.
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.