moral necessity

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From small-town community organizers, to theology scholars, to anarchist Occupiers, to climate movement celebs, Stephenson's book is an ode to those who are heeding the moral necessity of our time and leaving it all on the line.
But moral necessity is not always that transparent.
Perhaps the most useful aspect of Rawcliffe's work and the crux upon which her overall argument rests is her second chapter's contextualization of civic society's practice of hygiene as a spiritual and moral necessity.
He hailed Mandela, who died Thursday at 95, as the unlikely leader of a movement that gave ''potent voice to the claims of the oppressed and the moral necessity of racial justice.
None of the heads of state lecturing on the moral necessity of intervening in Syria seem to have given any thought to the effects such a strike would have on people's lives, not just in Syria, but throughout the region.
There was a moral necessity about the Second World War, with Adolf Hitler hell-bent on world domination and the extermination of an entire race.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Annan said he had agreed with Blair "passionately about the moral necessity of a humanitarian intervention against Serbia in Kosovo in 1999".
Women in Cuba: The Making of a Revolution within the Revolution" discusses the Cuban revolution of sixty years ago, and how Cuba's own revolution was fueled by women taking a proper role, explained by-infamous or famous dictator, depending on one's own views - Fidel Castro as a moral necessity.
Mr Barda said: "The longer he (Dr Chartres) comes to talk to us the more the moral necessity of these groups across the world will become clear.
He added: "The longer he (Dr Chartres) comes to talk to us the more the moral necessity of these groups across the world will become clear.
In his view, it was both a moral necessity and a civil right that every working American should earn enough to live a decent life and not worry about basic survival," King III said.
Pope Paul had been told by a panel of canon lawyers and doctors who had studied the contraception question for months, that there was no clear moral necessity to ban it.