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I also argued some forms of fMRI evidence could illuminate the immorality of schadenfreude, the emotion where you feel pleasure in another person’s or another group’s misfortune.
Magufuli’s detractors were sometimes charged with sedition, “immorality” or “insulting” the president.
It is a great question whether the immorality of these islanders has been lessened by French civilization.
The extent of juvenile immorality in New Zealand may have been greatly magnified abroad.
Sexual immorality is, by its very nature, a clandestine vice.
Immorality appears to be more prevalent now among younger groups in the community.
Many have been the views expressed as to the reasons for this immorality and the suggested remedies.
It may be that many incredulous people are immoral; this immorality is due to their temperament, and not to their opinions.
Hence immorality prevailed, and every foreigner who visited the land was shocked at the exhibition of profligacy in the streets.
The rise of Chivalry greatly increased the safety of good women and diminished immorality among men.

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