Thesaurus / morals

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The show zooms a few micro-seconds into the future to explore moral and ethical dilemmas and ask how we should go forward with medical research to save lives.

If we had a president with one shred of decency, wearing a mask would have been established months ago as a moral norm, a way to show care for others.

Gold, an authority on intellectual property, explains that moral rights permit artists to block the use of their work for a cause in which they don’t believe.

Diversity, inclusion, and equality are moral and business imperatives—companies can and should do better.

Natural selection, the driving force of evolution, is every bit as natural as Newton’s Laws, the second law of thermodynamics, or quantum mechanics, and every bit as devoid of moral direction.

A simple definition of a moral economy is an economy that’s based on justice and fairness.

Householders had the responsibility to teach their family and servants religion and morals, and often read from the Bible to them.

He declared them to be, like all other morals, merely an expedient for protecting a certain type of man.

Thus Spake ZarathustraFriedrich Nietzsche

What degree of instruction in morals ought the school to give?

On such a basis, moral education is inevitably reduced to some kind of catechetical instruction, or lessons about morals.

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