moral practice

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This statement by thirteen-year-old Christopher shows how the boundary between the ethical framework of his school and his personal moral practice converged in his striving towards a 'good' life:
It argues that nursing is an inherently moral practice and that this places moral obligations on individual nurses to cultivate the sort of disposition necessary to ensure their actions enable, rather than diminish, human flourishing.
This is where Teaching as a Moral Practice entered the conversation.
The basic "secret," one might say, is that modern European states differed from other cultures by the moral practice of individualism, in which the wants and beliefs of individuals are recognized not as disruptive, but as valuable in themselves.
Perhaps one answer is captured in the view that palliative care is a moral practice based on hope and acceptance, and that good palliative care depends on the moral quality of the staff working in the field.
Hence, the development of EI has the potential to be a moral practice.
Nurses, regardless of setting, bring to practice the heritage of their own moral development and understandings as well as knowledge of ethical and moral practice obtained through formal education.
New Readings in Moral Epistemology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996), "Moderate Intuitionism and the Epistemology of Moral Judgment," Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 1 (1998): 15-44 and The Good in the Right (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004); as well as by Jeff McMahan in "Moral Intuition," in Hugh LaFollette (ed.
A total renewal of sound catechesis and moral practice is needed if we are to fulfill our role and duty as witnesses to Christ.
He has effectively distilled his years of immersion in the Jewish scriptures, worship, and practice into this relatively brief overview, and in doing so he has shown how the Jewish scriptures can serve as a lens for contemporary faith and moral practice.
It has revealed the disconnection and void between policy-making and moral practice which lie at its root.