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the moral quality of a course of action

a rule or habit of conduct with regard to right and wrong or a body of such rules and habits

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The specific neoliberal reforms and changing citizenship rights in Ontario in tandem with shifts in moral codes of mothering are the focus of this paper.
Putting forward his Darwinian view, he told the packed audience that our moral behaviour is developed from a complex mix of our history, our culture, the law, newspaper articles and speeches that create shifts in our zeitgeist and moral codes.
The moral code does not a priori offend any standard religious beliefs unless the belief is that all moral codes must begin with a reliance on religious precepts.
Instead they place informal social controls before government--honor, status evaluation, customary and Christian moral codes and gossip--and focus on more local institutions like family, neighborhood and confraternities as the key solidarities upon which most significant power was based in daily life.
Between historicism and ontology, what we need is a concept of values which acknowledges their historicity but which does not reduce them to it and which makes evident an unvarying ethical core, beyond or beneath the diversity of societies, cultures and moral codes.
Although early indigenistas argued against racial determinism, the often violent effects of their moral codes were reminiscent of colonial-era race policies.
Accordingly, the Islamic moral codes propagated by the state have targeted women in unprivileged economic situations and denied other professional women their active public participation.
Is it not astounding," the fabled founder of Hull House wrote in 1917, "that a city allows thousands of its youth to fill their impressionable minds with these absurdities which certainly will become the foundation of their working moral codes and the data from which they will judge the properties of life?
As many writers have repeatedly observed, apparently to deaf ears, we didn't elect a minister to lead us in our daily worship or to establish new moral codes to supplant failing religious leaderships.
There are moral codes in queer culture -- codes of consent and respect for one another's autonomy and choices, for example.
The latter refers to the local, complex moral codes found in every society, intertwined with particular values, traditions and beliefs.
Often compared to Coward's Private Lives, this worldly tale involving a painter, a playwright, and the woman they both love is notable for its portrait of characters who are unable to live by any conventional moral codes and who devise, through trial and error, a different way of life to suit them.
The former boarding school pupil and grandmother-oftwo told the Radio Times: "We are very slack with our moral codes for children these days.
The force has wide-ranging powers to enforce the moral codes associated with the kingdom's version of Sunni Islam.
Was it indeed equally widely practiced under the more stringent religious and moral codes of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in Europe?