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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.
" Same-Sex Marriage: An Issue of Constitutional rights not Moral Opinions.
These were Lily Tomlin, a gay actress and comedian ; Peter Tatchell, a world-renowned gay rights campaigner ; Don Baxter, Executive Director of the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations at that time ; Bev Lange, Chief Executive Officer of the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation at the time, a former President of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, and a former co-chair of the Sydney Gay Games ; Lex Watson and Sue Wills, Campaign Against Moral Prosecution's ( CAMP ) first Co-Presidents ; and Hannah Williams and Savannah Supski, who had recently protested against the ban against same-sex couples at Hannah's Melbourne school formal.
* Moral rights became the unalienable part of the rights every author was entitled to.
Moral rights are usually considered to be a matter for the national laws of the Member States, although some countries classify some of the above rights, especially the right of communication to the public, among the moral rights of the author rather than under his rights of exploitation.
Moral rights are rights of creators of copyrighted works generally recognized in civil law jurisdictions and, to a lesser extent, in some common law jurisdictions.
Moral rights are distinct from any economic rights tied to copyrights.
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Moral harassment occurs when en employee is subjected to acts which may result in a deterioration of his / her conditions of employment or undermine his / her rights and dignity as well as affect his / her physical or moral health.
In his book, Making Men Moral, George argues for the promotion of virtue as the end of law and against the contrary view that the purpose of law is the protection of rights.
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* 10 – In the United States, advocacy group Moral Majority announces a $ 3 million fund to fight against gay rights advances.
After the 16 May 1877 crisis and the fall of the Ordre Moral government led by Marshall MacMahon, the Republicans voted Jules Ferry's 1880 laws on free education ( 1881 ) and mandatory and laic education ( 1882 ), which Catholics felt was a gross violation of their rights.
Moral rights can only be waived.
Moral rights were originally raised in the Berne Convention and was later incorporated into the Copyright Act.
Moral rights allows the author of the work to determine how the work is being used and what the work is being associated to.
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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.
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.
The " liberal arts " or " liberal pursuits " ( Latin liberalia studia ) were already so called in formal education during the Roman Empire ; for example, Seneca the Younger discusses liberal arts in education from a critical Stoic point of view in Moral Epistle 88.
Kirkpatrick published an article called The Myth of Moral Equivalence in 1986, in which sharply criticized those who she alleged were claiming that there was " no moral difference " between the Soviet Union and democratic states.
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.
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.
Among the American Christian leaders who spoke out in Moon's defense were conservative Jerry Falwell, head of Moral Majority, and liberal Joseph Lowery, head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
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.
This restriction ended around 1850, and Triposes in the Moral Sciences and Natural Sciences were introduced in the 1860s.
The Moral Majority ’ s headquarters were in Lynchburg, Virginia, the same city where Falwell was the presiding minister of the nation ’ s largest independent Baptist church, Thomas Road Baptist Church.
The Moral Majority was an organization made up of conservative Christian political action committees which campaigned on issues its personnel believed were important to maintaining its Christian conception of moral law, a conception they believed represented the opinions of the majority of Americans ( hence the movement's name ).
The Moral Majority ’ s financial base seriously eroded when it became part of the Liberty Federation and financial difficulties ultimately were a major factor in the decision to disband the organization.
The Moral Majority sought to mobilize conservative Americans to become politically active on issues they thought were important.
* The Moral Majority ’ s leaders were in frequent communication with its constituents, enabling consistent messages to resonate throughout all levels of hierarchy.
The state chapters of the Moral Majority were financially independent from the national organization and relied on local resources to conduct their activities.
The Moral Majority ’ s initial political actions were aimed at supporting Jesse Helms ’ proposed legislation on school prayer.
Carter did not share the Moral Majority ’ s political imperative to unify personal and political positions and would instead support the positions of his own party, the Democratic Party, that were at odds with his personal religious stances.
Although Robertson ’ s political platforms were extremely similar to the ones the Moral Majority supported, Falwell gave his organization ’ s endorsement to contender George H. W. Bush instead.
By the late 1980s the views of the Moral Majority were challenged widely and the organization started to crumble.
Moral hazard is the prospect that a party insulated from risk may behave differently from the way it would behave if it were fully exposed to the risk.
His chief works were Über die von der neuesten Philosophie geforderte Trennung der Moral von der Religion ( 1804 ); Einleitung in das Evangelium Johannis ( 1806 ); and Institutiones theologicae dogmaticae ( 1815 ), to which W Steiger's Kritik des Rationalismus in Wegscheiders Dogmatik ( 1830 ) was a reply.
They were written in continuation of a dialogue on the age of Queen Elizabeth included in his Moral and Political Dialogues ( 1759 ) Two later dialogues On the Uses of Foreign Travel were printed in 1763.

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When it was decided that he would become a lawyer, he returned to the university to study law, first taking classes in Moral Philosophy and Universal History in 1789 – 90.
The theory of indifference curves was developed by Francis Ysidro Edgeworth, who explained in his book " Mathematical Psychics: an Essay on the Application of Mathematics to the Moral Sciences ”, 1881, the mathematics needed for its drawing ; later on, Vilfredo Pareto was the first author to actually draw these curves, in his book " Manual of Political Economy ", 1906 ; and others in the first part of the 20th century.
Their definition of sympathy follows that used by Adam Smith, the title of his first chapter in the " Theory of Moral Sentiments.
In 1731, Pope published his " Epistle to Burlington ", on the subject of architecture, the first of four poems which would later be grouped under the title Moral Essays ( 1731 – 35 ).
* Moral Reflections on the Gospels by Quesnel ( the first volume of the Reflexions morales – only the reflections on Matthew are available here )
Moral development basically lasts only as long as childhood ; it's important to get it right the first time, because there is no " second chance ".
In most of the manuscripts there is a division into three books, forming two distinct works ; the first and second books forming one work under the title Physical and Moral Extracts (, or " Eclogues "), the third book forming another work, called Florilegium or Sermones, (, or " Anthology ").
Robert Billings, the Moral Majority ’ s first executive director, to be a religious advisor to the campaign.
Pat Robertson sought the Republican nomination and would have been, at first glance, a natural choice for the Moral Majority ’ s support.
In 1830 he published " Moral Philosophy ," the first treatise in the United States to support birth control, and returned to New Harmony in 1834.
In the same year he published the first part of a tractate entitled The Foundation of Moral Goodness, and in the following year a second part, Illustrating and enforcing the Principles contained in the former.
Adam Smith first used the metaphor of an " invisible hand " in his book The Theory of Moral Sentiments to describe the unintentional effects of economic self-organization from economic self-interest.
The 1919 law was the first foray for North Carolina into eugenics ; this law, entitled " An Act to Benefit the Moral, Mental, or Physical Conditions of Inmates of Penal and Charitable Institutions " was quite brief, encompassing only 4 sections.
This writing is written as two treatises ; the subject of the first is aesthetics-Concerning Beauty, Order, Harmony, Design and the second morality-Concerning Moral Good and Evil.
In 1729, Hutcheson succeeded his old master, Gershom Carmichael, in the Chair of Moral Philosophy at the University of Glasgow, being the first professor there to lecture in English instead of Latin.
In 1795, Sieyès became one of the first members of what would become the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences of the Institute of France.
* Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy ( at first an article in the Encyclopaedia Metropolitana, 1848 )
He began a life of teaching ( mainly philosophical ) in the university — first as college tutor, afterwards, from 1878 until his death, as Whyte's Professor of Moral Philosophy.
His first notable work was the System der philosophischen Moral ( Berlin, 1828 ), an examination of the ethical theory of responsibility.
In 1773 Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral by Phillis Wheatley, the first book by an African American was published in Aldgate after her owners could not find a publisher in Boston, Massachusetts.
Popularized by William J. Bennett's Why We Fight: Moral Clarity and the War on Terrorism, the phrase was first used in its current context during the 1980s, in reference to the politics of Ronald Reagan.

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