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If we can next revive, or nearly revive, the domestic circumstances which surrounded you; and if we can occupy your mind again with the various questions concerning the Diamond which formerly agitated it, we shall have replaced you, as nearly as possible in the same position, physically and morally, in which the opium found you last year.
If we do succeed--and I am myself hopeful of success--you may at least so far repeat your proceedings on the birthday night, as to satisfy any reasonable person that you are guiltless, morally speaking, of the theft of the Diamond.
Pornography is the most divisive, with 43% of men finding it morally acceptable versus 25% of women.
Guilt and shame are a part of it, but a persistent incapacity for many of the aspects of moral life--commitment to life, compassion toward other creatures and hope reaching for a positive future--leaves the morally injured with something far short of the fullness of human life.
All of these policies are morally indefensible and indescriminately target those least able to defend themselves from the onslaught.
Thomas Carpenter, a doctoral student in psychology in Baylor's College of Arts and Sciences, said one of the barriers people face in forgiving themselves appears to be that people feel morally obligated to hang on to those feelings.
92% Of Lebanese Say That "Married People Having An Affair Is Morally Unacceptable" Only 47% of the French say it is morally unacceptable for married people to have an affair but as far as Lebanon is concerned, the study states that 92% of Lebanese say that married people having an affair is morally unacceptable.
Similarly, McKenna argues, a person's performance of a morally significant action (telling a racist joke) licenses others to respond (shock, criticism, blame, and the like).
15 by the Pew Research Center's Religion and Public Life Project, 49 percent of adults consider it morally wrong to have an abortion: 22 percent consider embryonic stem-cell research morally wrong: and 12 percent view the use of in vitro fertilization as morally wrong.
For Sisu to put the club into administration then buy it back on the cheap is morally despicable.
Therefore, Brennan claims, voting is morally significant.
I SEE we have yet another MP telling us what is morally right.