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Moral and is
`` The Moral Creed '' and `` The Will To Risk '' live happily together, if we do not examine where the line is to be drawn.
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 ).
Therefore it is Excellent in the beginning ( Sīla — Moral principles ), Excellent in the middle ( Samadhi — Concentration ) and Excellent in the end ( Pańña — Wisdom ).
Moral psychology is a field of study that began, like most things, as an issue in philosophy and that is now properly considered part of the discipline of psychology.
Moral nihilists maintain that any talk of an objective morality is incoherent and better off using other terms.
Moral intuition is supposed to be a mental process different from other, more familiar faculties like sense-perception, and that moral judgments are its outputs.
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.
Moral subjectivism is that species of moral relativism that relativizes moral value to the individual subject.
The Moral Majority was founded as being " pro-family ", " pro-life ", " pro-defense " and pro-Israel. The group is credited with delivering two thirds of the white, evangelical Christian vote to Ronald Reagan during the 1980 presidential election.
*** Moral realism ( in the robust sense ; see moral universalism for the minimalist sense ) holds that such propositions are about robust or mind-independent facts, that is, not facts about any person or group's subjective opinion, but about objective features of the world.
** Moral universalism ( or universal morality ) is the meta-ethical position that some system of ethics, or a universal ethic, applies universally, that is to all people regardless of culture, race, sex, religion, nationality, sexuality, or other distinguishing feature.
* Moral nihilism, also known as ethical nihilism, is the meta-ethical view that nothing is morally preferable to anything else.
*** 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.
* Moral skepticism is the class of meta-ethical theories all members of which entail that no one has any moral knowledge.
Moral equivalence is a term used in political debate, usually to criticize any denial that a moral hierarchy can be assessed of two sides in a conflict, or in the actions or tactics of two sides.
Moral nihilism, also known as ethical nihilism, is the meta-ethical view that morality does not exist as something inherent to objective reality ; therefore no action is necessarily preferable to any other.
In his 2003 book, A Moral Reckoning, Daniel Goldhagen, asserts that Pius XII " chose again and again not to mention the Jews publicly .... public statements by Pius XII ... any mention of the Jews is conspicuously absent.
Moral Orel is another stop motion based show, along with Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, both created by Dino Stamatopoulos.
Just prior to this he wrote Theory of Moral Sentiments, explaining how it is humans function and interact through what he calls sympathy, setting up important context for The Wealth of Nations.
* In the Moral Orel television programme, Moralton's town library is named the Thomas Bowdler Library ; most of the library's books are censored ( Episode 2, " God's Greatest Gift ")

Moral and seen
Although it continued to be taught in European universities, it was seen as subservient to the study of Natural, Metaphysical and Moral Philosophy.
* " Moral framework ": Belief in God, for example, is seen by some to be necessary for moral behavior.
Moral emotions ( such as empathy, shame, and guilt ) and the principles of distributive justice ( which can be seen in sharing ) flourish, or may be smothered, within these relationships.
Other theories on the nature of Christ's atonement such as the Moral Influence view, originally formulated by Pierre Abélard, can also be seen as opposed to the Substitutionary view.
Moral influence advocates typically point to a number of logical and biblical problems with Penal Substitution, which are seen as weakening the case for penal substitution and correspondingly strengthening the case for the moral influence view.

Moral and other
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.
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.
* Moral anti-realism, on the other hand, holds that moral statements either fail or do not even attempt to report objective moral facts.
Moral absolutism is an ethical view that certain actions are absolutely right or wrong, regardless of other contexts such as their consequences or the intentions behind them.
Moral absolutism stands in contrast to other categories of normative ethical theories such as consequentialism, which holds that the morality ( in the wide sense ) of an act depends on the consequences or the context of the act.
The underpinnings for the contemporary moral panic were found in a rise of five factors in the years leading up to the 1980s: The establishment of Fundamentalist Christianity and political organization of the Moral Majority ; the rise of the Anti-cult movement which spread ideas of abusive cults kidnapping and brainwashing children and teens ; the appearance of the Church of Satan and other explicitly Satanist groups that added a kernel of truth to the existence of Satanic cults ; the appearance of the child abuse industry and a group of professionals dedicated to the protection of children ; and the popularization of posttraumatic stress disorder, repressed memory and corresponding survivor movement.
# The metaphysical thesis: Moral propositions are true when actions and other objects of moral assessment have the relevant moral properties ( so that the relevant moral facts obtain ), where these facts and properties are robust: their metaphysical status, whatever it is, is not relevantly different from that of ( certain types of ) ordinary non-moral facts and properties.
The Moral Majority maintained their support for Reagan ’ s 1984 reelection campaign and, alongside other Christian Right organizations, influenced the Republican platform for the election, shaping the party ’ s campaign stances on school prayer and abortion.
During its existence the Moral Majority experienced friction with other evangelical leaders and organizations as well as liberal leaders and organizations.
On the ideologically opposed side, Norman Lear ’ s liberal organization People for the American Way was formed with the specific intention of opposing the platforms of the Moral Majority and other Christian Right organizations.
Moral universalism ( also called moral objectivism or universal morality ) is the meta-ethical position that some system of ethics, or a universal ethic, applies universally, that is, for " all similarly situated individuals ", regardless of culture, race, sex, religion, nationality, sexuality, or any other distinguishing feature.
During this period, Kieślowski was considered part of a loose movement with other Polish directors of the time, including Janusz Kijowski, Andrzej Wajda, and Agnieszka Holland, called the Cinema of Moral Anxiety.
Among Whewell's other works — too numerous to mention — were popular writings such as the third Bridgewater Treatise Astronomy and General Physics considered with reference to Natural Theology ( 1833 ), and the essay, Of the Plurality of Worlds ( 1853 ), in which he argued against the probability of life on other planets, and also the Platonic Dialogues for English Readers ( 1850 – 1861 ), the Lectures on the History of Moral Philosophy in England ( 1852 ), the essay, Of a Liberal Education in General, with particular reference to the Leading Studies of the University of Cambridge ( 1845 ), the important edition and abridged translation of Hugo Grotius, De jure belli ac pacis ( 1853 ), and the edition of the Mathematical Works of Isaac Barrow ( 1860 ).
Of great importance were two other works, Elements of Intellectual Science ( 1871 ) and Elements of Moral Science ( 1885 ).
In 1811, when he proclaimed himself king, Henri I of Haiti awarded himself the title, " Défenseur de la Foi ", and incorporated it into his full style, which translates from the French original as: By the grace of God and the constitutional law of the state, King of Haiti, Sovereign of Tortuga, Gonâve and other adjacent Islands, Destroyer of Tyranny, Regenerator and Benefactor of the Haitian Nation, Creator of her Moral, Political and Martial Institutions, First Crowned Monarch of the New World, Defender of the Faith, founder of the Royal and Military Order of Saint-Henry.
The other primary means of conducting monetary policy include: ( i ) Discount window lending ( lender of last resort ); ( ii ) Fractional deposit lending ( changes in the reserve requirement ); ( iii ) Moral suasion ( cajoling certain market players to achieve specified outcomes ); ( iv ) " Open mouth operations " ( talking monetary policy with the market ).
Later Jones criticized other fundamentalists who were insufficiently separatistic, such as evangelist John R. Rice and Jerry Falwell, whose Moral Majority had embraced Catholics and Mormons.
* The Theory of Moral Sentiments ( 1759 ), Adam Smith's other classic

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