moralis

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Proponents of the principled justification of liberty benefit by ensuring that the appeal to homo moralis, not homo economicus, is primary.
Morse of Clinton; his siblings, Joe Berger of Clinton, Chris Berger of Vermont, Dee Moralis of Hudson, Matt Costello of Tennessee, Lisa Marie Lavretti of Danvers and Joe McGillicudy of Maine; nieces, nephews and friends.
Curated by Evita Arapoglou, the collection represents the variety of artistic movements and stylistic approaches in modern Greek painting and includes works by artists such as Pericles Pantazis, Konstantinos Parthenis, Konstantinos Maleas and Spyros Papaloukas as well as pieces by a number of eminent younger artists who have left their mark on 20th-century Greek painting: YannisTsarouchis, Nikos Hatzikyriakos-Ghika and Yannis Moralis, to name a few.
All three collections present works of art by masters, including Canaletto, Boucher, Fragonard, Corot, Boudin, Renoir, Monet, Signac, Chagall, Vryzakis, Volanakis, Rallis, Moralis, Tsarouchis, Ghika, Kissonergis, Diamantis and Kanthos, echoing over 400 years of history and art, beckoning the public to discover a world of artistic creation beyond the confines of periods and schools, as this is detected in the broader artistic tradition of Europe.
Our holdings in this area now encompass paintings by leading artists of the Greek school from Vryzakis, Gysis, Volanakis, and Rallis (pictured), to Moralis, Tsarouchis, Ghika and Engonopoulos.
Apriamo ad esempio la Summa theologica o Summa moralis (1440-1459) di Antonino da Firenze e, saltate le prime due parti, ci sorprende la terza per la sua novita: leggiamo un vero trattato di economia in cui si parla di salari, di professioni e di mestieri, di produzione, di relazioni tra le forze produttive e lavorative.
It is often parents who have lost a child and who hope, who are looking for some similarity between their child and the child that was found," said Delphine Moralis of Missing Children Europe.
In order to relativize this position, wherein freedom of the will is given up, without questioning divine almightiness, the praedeterminatio moralis needs to be introduced.
5) In his influential study of the history of double effect, Joseph Mangan argued: "It is only beginning with the various editions of Gury's admirable and repeatedly reedited Compendium Theologiae Moralis in the nineteenth century that the moral theologians universally give an adequate, thorough explanation of the principle of the double effect as a general principle applicable to the whole field of moral theology.
was subjective, the Latin meanings of moralis "belonging to manners" (Lewis and Short, 1879) and its root mos "manner and custom .
Delphine Moralis, deputy secretary-general at Missing Children Europe, said the campaign had been a bigger success than they had expected.
The Online Etymology Dictionary states that moral pertains to character or temperament (circa 1340); it is traced to the Latin term moralis, meaning the proper behavior of a person in society (moral, 2010); furthermore, it implies conformity to established sanctioned codes or socially accepted notions of fight and wrong human conduct (Beauchamp & Childress, 2001; moral, 2011).