—Holland’s Plutarch’s Morals.
…is defined as “faith and morals.”
It is the code of our home morals.
Consider next the content of morals.
Morals and values are missing and that’s a societal problem.”
The object of authentic teaching is defined as “faith and morals.”
In both cases the code of morals is based on the doctrine of nonviolence (ahimsa).
Those who endorse Western morals and values have been harassed, imprisoned and worse.
For instance, Bentham does this early in his Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation.
Sadly, the Treatise was not a success and Hume limited the third and final volume to the topic “Of Morals.”
Wang had told his counterpart in Russia that the United States had “lost its mind, morals and credibility.”
The first books actually aimed at children, or for use with children, were either lesson books or conduct books, which taught manners and morals.
"They didn't consider the experiences of the brown and black cast to meet the morals of their diversity compass, because they didn't think to see things from our point of view."
Hume’s main ethical writings are Book 3 of his Treatise of Human Nature, “Of Morals” (which builds on Book 2, “Of the Passions”), his Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals, and some of his Essays.
In the scribal and rabbinic tradition, two forms of exposition were early distinguished—peshaṭ, “plain meaning,” and derash, “interpretation,” by which religious or social morals were derived, often artificially, from the text.
Adiaphorism, (from Greek adiaphora, “indifferent”), in Christian theology, the opinion that certain doctrines or practices in morals or religion are matters of indifference because they are neither commanded nor forbidden in the Bible.
The grand mufti addressed the issue on his call-in show, saying that the veil was “a necessary order and an Islamic creation” and calling on the kingdom’s television channels to ban content that “corrupts the religion and the morals and values of society.”
LONDON — By Saturday afternoon, after three weeks of impasse, after hearing their morals questioned by politicians and witnessing their clubs start to line up for government bailouts, the players of the Premier League decided to take matters into their own hands.
These questions are reflected in the titles of two key works: the monumental Critique of Pure Reason, and the Critique of Practical Reason that is middle point of his great trio of moral writings (between the Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals and The Metaphysics of Morals).
Neutralization theory, advanced by the American criminologists David Cressey, Gresham Sykes, and David Matza, portrays the delinquent as an individual who subscribes generally to the morals of society but who is able to justify his own delinquent behaviour through a process of “neutralization,” whereby the…
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