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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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An example question would be "Physician-assisted suicide is morally right because it ends a terminally ill patients' suffering when medical advances have kept them alive".
Following the logic that "the enemy of my enemy is my friend," a few influential policymakers in Washington and Tel Aviv have argued for years that support for the aspirations of non-Persian Iranianslike Arabs, Baluchis, and Kurdswould be both morally right and strategically useful as a means to destabilize the regime.
I hope the third world can stand up for what s morally right when the first world can t and won t because they ve got their snouts in the trough, rolling over for US greed and big business.
He was always determined to discover what was morally right and always had the courage to do what was morally right.
Psychologists mostly in North America explore the ways in which people make decisions about what is morally right and wrong, and how these decisions are influenced by internal psychological and external social and cultural forces.
She said: "Helping those most in need is both morally right and in our national interest.
The filly for National Hunt racing is being completely discarded and I don't think that's morally right.
When we say that salaries cannot go up over the crisis, the only morally right thing to do is to not give even one additional BGN to MPs and Ministers," Borisov is quoted as saying, adding Tsacheva will further propose fines for MPs who fail to show to work.
Staying at home this year will often be the morally right thing to do.
We believe it is morally right that we should do that.
Sorry - I don't hate them, I don't want to start suing them or stuff like that, because personally I don't think it's morally right to sue an NHS hospital.
As MPs know, being morally right is very different.
Their methods are far from morally right, as they set up their own breeding operation to use human DNA for their methods.
And the Catholic Church and the legions of anti-choice groups that praised her for her decision to do the supposed morally right thing and not abort any of the kids should pay.
1 : something a person feels he or she ought to do because it is morally right <Dad says it's his duty to take care of Grandma.