moralizing


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Synonyms for moralizing

teaching morality

Synonyms for moralizing

indulgence in moral pronouncements

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Here Thiolier-Mejean looks at the troubadours as moralists and outlines what they shared with moralizing goliards, preachers, and other ecclesiastical writers.
Summary: Morocco is set to forge ahead with moralizing public life and fighting corruption and economic crimes, Prime Minister Abbas El Fassi said on Tuesday.
In some papers, traditional approaches of textual analysis reveal a deep and enlightening dialogue between Ovid and subsequent authors: on the one hand, the Ovidian myth becomes the clue to the explanation of a later text (Zak 188-89: Narcissus's story provides the frame to understand the experience of the self in Petrarch); on the other hand, the moralizing attitude detected in Medieval reception of Ovid accounts for major discrepancies between Christian exegesis (of the commentaries on Metamorphoses) and pagan exegesis (of the visual programs related to commentaries), as Patricia Zalamea expounds ("At the Ovidian Pool: Christine de Pizan's Fountain of Wisdom as a Locus for Vision" 91-106).
Moralizing makes people feel guilty by emphasizing their failure to live up to certain standards.
Moral Rhetoric of American Presidents has much to offer the contemporary student of rhetoric, presidential discourse, political science, and government regarding the ideas of phronesis, moralizing rhetoric, and the U.
The stories, he said, teach young people "without moralizing.
While the United States pushes moralizing (abstinence education) over reality (condoms), U.
To JOSE MANUEL BARROSO, the former Portuguese premier--and former Maoist student firebrand--who lashed out at moralizing politicians who wish to restrict personal freedoms such as speaking out about Islamic violence because it is politically incorrect.
As long as the Bill Bennetts of the world are intent on using not just persuasion but force (and public funds) on behalf of their favorite virtues--promoting premarital abstinence through federal programs, banning legal protections for same-sex unions, censoring sexually explicit materials, waging the war on drugs--libertarians can be forgiven for fearing even noncoercive moralizing on their part.
Though written especially to help teens stay out of trouble, What Are My Rights offers nothing more or less than plain honest truth, without preaching or moralizing, in simple question-and-answer format.
True vignettes pepper this handy, sensible, down-to-earth guide which avoids any kind of moralizing and focuses on promoting intellectual and emotional well-being at the office.
Meanwhile, the "sexual health" manager of the Waterloo Regions says, when speaking to the youth, "Keep the discussions open as opposed to shutting the discussion down by lecturing and moralizing.
1734, or Manet's Boy Blowing Bubbles, 1867, also use that illusionism to facilitate aphoristic moralizing.
Puff begins the work by briefly tracing the historiography of early modern sexuality and sodomy, running from the didactic (and ironic) moralizing of Ranke and Burkhardt through the groundbreaking work of Foucault to the latest studies by Michael Rocke, Jonathan Goldberg, and Mark Jordan, to name only a few.
The focus of this column is specifically relevant ethical considerations without segueing into either a public policy debate, judgmental moralizing, or an amateur discussion of relevant legal issues.