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social conscience

noun as in altruism

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She had a very sensitive social conscience that went beyond a sense that they were a rich family and had to give back something.

I would define Rockefeller Republican in the classic sense as a combination of fiscal responsibility and social conscience.

“Unlike the incumbent, I am a fiscal conservative with a social conscience,” he wrote.

Purchasing a heritage breed turkey has become a Thanksgiving tradition for many cooks with a social conscience.

The world may take longer, but an afternoon later, there was progress in the social conscience of at least one young boy.

A social conscience will be generated and grow until it becomes a dominant note in our lives.

What can the schools do for the better training of the social conscience?

And it had a practical counterpart in civic tendencies and reforms that evidenced a great agitation of the social conscience.

But with the awakening of the social consciousness and a quickening of the social conscience has come telic progress.

His state of ecstasy was due to this highly developed social conscience.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to social conscience, such as: benevolence, humanitarianism, kindness, selflessness, charity, and generosity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.