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in a moral manner

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In the second place, Greenawalt is also not particularly disturbed by the nonenforcement of rights by officials, pointing out that "[m]any officials do not, in fact, afford citizens the complete benefits of their legal rights, and their actions are thought morally defensible.
On the first track of his second independently released CD, Morally Bankrupt Volume II, Talaam Acey explains what you can expect to hear on the albums fifteen tracks.
The trade-off he has announced is morally unacceptable," said Bishop Joseph A.
The author's portrait of the promoters of the Pacific exchange as morally complex people, motivated in part by their sense of aesthetics, is a refreshing change from historical actors driven by economic rationality.
Principle I: An agent morally ought, as of a time, to perform just those combinations of making and keeping promises that are part of the most morally valuable course of action that the agent has available as of that time.
While some ethics scholars and researchers question whether such practices by government entities are ethical, most accept them as morally permissible as long as they are conducted within certain legal parameters such as the restrictions on entrapment.
This opposes the view of moderate autonomism which admits that artworks can be morally defective and morally bad for that reason, but then goes on to say that the moral badness of a work can never count as an aesthetic defect.
O'Connor's that while obviously every abortion is morally wrong, that if a candidate or an officeholder .
If the fall is seen as a narratively continuous event, prepared for by the characterization of unfallen Adam and especially unfallen Eve, then morally the fall ceases to seem an absolutely free choice, and aesthetically Paradise Lost seems to be in conflict with its frequent assertions that the fall is surprising.
Fischer's result is semicompatibilism: guidance control is sufficient for us to be morally responsible, even if determinism or God's foreknowledge of our actions eliminates alternative possibilities and regulative control.
There is something morally anemic about Six Degrees of Separation.
There is no rational way that legally, morally or ethically that kind of result can be achieved, based on the facts as presented," said Joseph H.
Through Elsie Venner, Holmes opposes the Calvinist belief that a human being may be held morally responsible for an inherited flaw.
A clear majority of physicians (74%) indicated that they morally support embryonic stem cell research, and of those, 26% indicated that their support would depend on the situation.
Americans are often more likely to view behaviors as morally wrong than they are to advocate that these behaviors be made illegal.