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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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Our readers have been able to observe, that a certain amount of time must have already elapsed from the moment when Jupiter had retired beneath the tapestry to the instant when the author of the new morality had thus abruptly revealed himself to the innocent admiration of Gisquette and Liénarde.
And I remembered what he had told me: that no indictment of their morality could shake them.
Speaking at a meeting of Shura Hamdard, organized by the Hamdard Foundation Pakistan, to discuss the theme: 'Inclusion of the subject of morality in curricula of primary an higher education,' Dost Mohammed Faizi, former Sindh minister said that keeping in view the cor-ruption, mismanagement and moral degradation rampant in Pakistani society, it was necessary to hold a 'Day of Morality' in the country and that day should be fixed on January 9, the birthday of Hakim Mohammed Said, who not only had launched a 'movement of voice of morality but also brought out a magazine: 'Voice of Morality' to promote cause of morality and moral conduct necessary to make Pakistan a peaceful and pros-perous Islamic state.
Incompliance to varying and contradictory morality among nations and countries is supposedly the standard of immorality, likewise.
He discusses the need for a better connection between morality and public policy, moral perspectives to be addressed in an inclusive public policy, synergies and tensions: morality as an accommodation of human impulses in different cultural contexts, the challenges and benefits of a new role for public policy, and managing morality: a public policy analytical tool.
You say that "without God there are no moral facts" and that "Every atheist philosopher I have read or debated on this subject has acknowledged that if there is no God, there is no objective morality.
In this regard, Van Der Walt has argued that certain weaknesses in traditional African morality are accountable for the moral crisis that beset contemporary Africa (Ibid: 58-62).
Simply telling people that their opinions are based on morality will make them stronger and more resistant to counterarguments, contends a study from Ohio State University, Columbus.
The results show why appeals to morality by politicians and advocacy groups can be so effective, said Andrew Luttrell, lead author of the study and a doctoral student in psychology at The Ohio State University.
The new morality holds that nothing is sacred in and of itself; everything is open to question, challenge, and investigation.
Morality is a set of values and principles which define the correctness and incorrectness of behavior and decisions made by an individual or an organization.
15 -- Morality is clearly not the brain-child of philosophers.
The importance of morality over economic logic in motivating political support for the minimum wage and many other government policies is accentuated by the ability to express one's moral virtue at little personal cost through voting.
For most people, however, morality is more about intending to achieve desirable outcomes than actually achieving them.
Public focus on morality clauses is a relatively recent phenomenon, even though they have been in use for some time.