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  ms. morality
Moral reflections on life and politics from an attorney-turned-homemaker.
Other issues included the death penalty, medical research, gambling, etc. The most contentious issues appear to be having a baby outside of marriage, doctor-assisted suicide, homosexual relations, and abortion.
I guess, we each need to fight for what we think is right, and on issues that people really disagree on, time, experience and hopefully a little enlightenment will lead us to the truly moral choice.
www.msmorality.blogspot.com   (1413 words)

It is necessary at the outset of this article to distinguish between morality and ethics, terms not seldom employed synonymously.
Morality is antecedent to ethics: it denotes those concrete activities of which ethics is the science.
morality lies not so much in the discovery of new principles as in the better application of those already accepted, in the recognition of their true basis and their ultimate
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10559a.htm   (1970 words)

 The Definition of Morality (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
A society might have a morality that is primarily concerned with practices not related to other persons, e.g., which days must be devoted to certain rituals, and might claim that their morality, which is concerned primarily with ritual, is based on the commands of God.
When “morality” refers to the codes of conduct of different societies, the features that are essential are that morality is a code of conduct that is put forward by a society and that it is used as a guide to behavior by the members of that society.
But “morality” does not refer to just any guide to behavior accepted by an individual, it is that guide to behavior that the individual adopts as his overriding guide, and wants everyone else to adopt as their overriding guide as well.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/morality-definition   (5066 words)

Morality speaks of a system of behavior in regards to standards of right or wrong behavior.
The word carries the concepts of: (1) moral standards, with regard to behavior; (2) moral responsibility, referring to our conscience; and (3) a moral identity, or one who is capable of right or wrong action.
In today's world, morality is frequently thought of as belonging to a particular religious point of view, but by definition, we see that this is not the case.
www.allaboutphilosophy.org /morality.htm   (0 words)

 Ethics and morality: a broad range of topics
When many people see the word "morality," their first thought often relates to sexual activity of some type.
Moral and religious aspects of the 2004 presidential election
Moral aspects of the 2006 budget and state of the nation speech
www.religioustolerance.org /morality.htm   (0 words)

 Morality Without God
Morality, then, is a reflection of the superego, while religion itself, the "oceanic feeling", is an echo of the infantile id.
Jean Piaget engaged in such an exercise when he looked for morality in very young children, who had not had much time to be exposed to a complex moral system in their secular or religious education.
Sociobiologists catch a lot of flak for painting a world where morally questionable behaviors (such as serial polygyny, the tendency of males to have children with several females in a lifetime) are presented as "normal".
www.spectacle.org /1095/moral.html   (3112 words)

 Objective Morality   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Although any moral discussion can be fraught with disagreement, if we have defined goodness as that which contributes to persistence (through the persistence of existence generally: life as a form of existence, types of living organisms, and individual organisms), we can make considerable headway on any given moral question.
Once we accept that the degree of goodness corresponds to the extent to which an act or action contributes to the persistence of life as a form, we must agree that morality can’t be understood solely and simply through a particular religious text or teaching, or through human law.
Morality operates as a very pertinent and important concept, and one that, as conscious beings, we must consider in the context of the choices we make in the world.
www.meaninginmylife.com /objective_morality_ethics_good.html   (789 words)

 The Argument From Morality by Stefan Molyneux
The argument from morality can cost you friends, family, community — and so approach it with courage, and understand that, once you decide to use it, your life will never again be the same.
Simply put, the argument from morality is the most powerful approach to changing society because all major social decisions are made on the basis of ethics.
The argument from morality comes in by stating that, if it is wrong or evil for me to rob Peter to pay Paul, then it is wrong or evil for anyone — including politicians — to do it.
www.lewrockwell.com /orig6/molyneux7.html   (2598 words)

To make decisions easier, we develop virtues which are moral habits which tend to help gain values.
This is not useful because within the sphere of pretty much anything goes, there is no methodical way to choose which action is best, whereas positive morality sets forth habits which lead to the achievement of values and methods for choosing what to value which is the way to live and thrive.
With ones own life as the standard of value, morality is not a burden to bear, but a prudent and effective guide which furthers life and success.
www.importanceofphilosophy.com /Ethics_Morality.html   (275 words)

 Morality Play
You should respond with what you think is the morally right thing to do, which may not be the same as what you would actually do.
In this activity, to say you are morally obliged to do something means that, in order to behave morally, you must do that thing.
When the moral obligation is 'strong', this means not doing what is obligated of you is a serious wrongdoing; when the obligation is 'weak', failing to do what is obligated of you is still a wrongdoing, but not a serious one.
www.philosophersnet.com /games/morality_play.htm   (264 words)

  Morality and the fight against AIDS - CNN.com
Morality and the fight against AIDS - CNN.com
When the United Nations made a final declaration on the treatment of HIV/AIDS in June this year -- declaring the disease a "global emergency" and emphasizing sexual abstinence, fidelity and condom use as the best ways to fight the epidemic -- around 70 international groups issued a joint statement deploring the document.
But the "moral cure" may soon face hurdles.
www.cnn.com /2006/HEALTH/conditions/12/01/tbr.aids   (825 words)

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A morality is a complex of concepts and beliefs by which an individual determines whether his or her actions are right or wrong.
The efficacy of a morality depends on the social position and political representativeness of the group that espouses it, and on its relationship with the norms of the related society.
In some juridical systems, the word morality concretely means a requirement for the access to certain charges or careers, or for the obtaining of certain licenses or concessions, and generally consists of the absence of previous records on (e.g.) crimes, bankruptcy, political or commercial irregularities.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/m/mo/morality.html   (1087 words)

 Morality   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Morality, in the strictest sense of the word, deals with that which is innately regarded as right or wrong.
Selected behaviors, seen in abstraction as moral codes, are seen to be common to all human cultures, and reflect, in their development, similarities to natural selection and these aspects of morality can be seen in as the basis of some religious doctrine.
Morality is that instinctive hunger of the human heart to do righteousness, to do good to every man because it is good and satisfying and ennobling to do so.
www.experiencefestival.com /morality   (1093 words)

 Architecture + Morality
Relievedebtor and corbusier discuss all things green as they relate to architecture, design and morality.
Judging from my wife, it was a moral victory, a win for the underdog, the girl just struggling with an addiction.
But at the end of the day, the show was just a trip down memory lane, hoping to tap into some rock nostalgia, and a display of the latest and greatest, who rarely seem able to develop an interesting chordal progression, presumably because it doesn't sell well.
architectureandmorality.blogspot.com   (13349 words)

 Orthodox Christian morality today -- Commentary on moral issues
Moral Imagination, Humane Letters, and the Renewal of Society
OrthodoxyToday.org is an online journal that examines social and moral problems that affect American society.
It features authors who write on cultural issues within a Judeo/Christian moral framework and analyze social and moral issues with particular clarity and depth.
www.orthodoxytoday.org   (566 words)

 Morality in Media de P.R.
Morality in Media de P.R. Por Clamor La Estación: 88.5 y 89.3 FM Stereo
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www.moralidad.com /index2/index2.htm   (126 words)

 Morality: 2012: Online Only Video: The New Yorker
Morality: 2012: Online Only Video: The New Yorker
The social and cultural psychologist Jonathan Haidt talks with Henry Finder about the five foundations of morality, and why liberals often fail to get their message across.
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www.newyorker.com /online/video/conference/2007/haidt   (527 words)

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