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With the entrenchment of new moral codes in our wider society, all mothers, regardless of their income, share particular challenges in their efforts to be good mothers today.
He explores how individuals acquire their moral outlook, how they choose to act or not act morally, how moral codes and values evolve over time, and the social function of moral rules.
I can understand silver spoon privilege being scoffed at, especially if that minority lecture the masses on moral codes.
Human beings were nice to each other and followed moral codes because it was a product of their society and not because of religion, said the author of The God Delusion, who has sold the more than a million hardback copies of his book in 31 countries.
Politicians are not elected to be "moral tutors" according to the Archbishop of Birmingham, who criticised the blurring of legal and moral codes during the city's annual civic mass yesterday.
He was also undermining the moral codes which keep this country strong.
Unfortunately, as the town's revered Baptist minister, David must be seen to uphold the strictest moral codes and he rejects his long lost son to protect his wife Twyla (Laura Harring) and two children (Pell James, Paul Dano) from the ghosts of the past.
Moral codes can be based on either religious or secular foundations, but they share a holistic attribute in which standards are not only established, but the reasons for them are explained, usually through narratives.
Such findings led Van Schaik to wonder why the great apes didn't evolve and create humanlike cultures, communicate in symbols, have moral codes, and create art.
Agency, danger, fear, negotiation, friendship, love, self-fashioning and role playing, spiritual aspirations and conflicting moral codes all interrelate with pots, pans, houses, food, clothing, disease, life cycles, time and space, as well as the classic issues of class, gender and power, both governmental and informal--a complex tapestry, and a fascinating one, that the Cohens do a fine job of making clear and multifaceted at the same time.
There has never been a more urgent time for us to take responsibility for our own moral codes.
Trespassing is prohibited," he writes, "and one assumes that those who do trespass are exempt from normal moral codes.