Fichte's Foundations of Natural Right as providing a second-personal basis for moral obligation
As per David Hutchins, Chairman of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors, board approving the moral obligation
doesn t necessarily mean it s a debt, just a commitment that the board stands behind it.
despite the fact that there is no general moral obligation
Nevertheless, Schiller remains a "transitional figure" who never faces "the need to offer a different solution to the problem of moral obligation
," relying instead on a kind of "Platonistic sublime," a "transcendence" beyond "nature conceived as appearance" (146).
This definition of (prima facie) moral obligation
is fairly standard and distinct from acts that are morally permissible.
Through beautifully written narratives, the book makes a compelling case that each of us has a moral obligation
to protect current and future life on Earth by curbing our consumption and carbon emissions.
It is our moral obligation
as natural community leaders to promote programs that will best serve a long-term sustainable society.
For example, 89% of people surveyed said we have a moral obligation
to protect the animals and an overwhelming 96% said that animals should never be abused.
There is an open-ended character to moral obligation
But we Christians (and hopefully members of other religions) do have a moral obligation
to help one another.
As Christians we feel a moral obligation
to ensure that this resource is publicly or co-operative controlled.
He developed the philosophy course "Foundations of Moral Obligation
," which is still taught at the War College today.