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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 fifth is to update and advance knowledge of the current Moral Compass of children and young people and contribute to the development and implementation of family related policies and programmes.
Sometimes we need for our moral compass to get lost.
The Democratic Party for the most part has lost the ethical and moral compass it once had and has become a Siamese twin of the Republican Party joined at the wallet.
That's what happens when a church's moral compass is broken.
Rusesabagina's commitment to his family and his own moral compass eclipse his eventual disappointment in the United Nations peacekeepers and Western countries that do not halt the killings.
In extreme contrast to practically all the rest of McCarthy's work, the new novel is organized around a conventional moral compass, mostly furnished by the good Sheriff Bell.
Students with a faulty moral compass and nothing but half-baked opinions come away from the classroom thinking that laws are simply inconvenient obstacles to achieving personal goals.
It's one thing to ask candidates about their value systems and to insist that they have a moral compass.
The article captures the Glassman I know from working with him in New Orleans in the '70s: a brillian mind and mien whose personal magnetism has gotten too close to his moral compass, giving wacky readings.
How can Dudley judge the moral compass of a guerrilla group that is fighting a corrupt government that profits off of drugs ten times as much as the guerrillas?
One could certainly argue that, over time, the moral compass changes within the same society.
Endowed with agency, the Hamlet we witness in soliloquy is in the process of renegotiating his conception of reality and aligning himself with his goods in accordance with his own moral compass.
In a crisis situation, stakeholders, media, and the public look for strength--leaders with a command of the situation who are guided by a clear moral compass.
Parents are responsible for providing their children with a moral compass.