moral consciousness

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A former Local Government and Rural Development Minister, Adjei Darko, urged senior citizens in the region to inculcate in the current generation moral consciousness and the spirit of patriotism.
The moral view of the world is constituted by a paired opposition and "relation between the absoluteness of morality and the absoluteness of nature." (34) Moral consciousness seeks to realize its duty in the wholly inessential (unwesentlich) realm of nature, but nature proves to be at best indifferent to his endeavors.
Nations, no matter how small, also have a moral consciousness and they must exercise it in bilateral discussions and at larger multilateral forums.
An aggregation of man, sane of mind and warm of heart, creates a moral consciousness and infuses in the masses the idea of reasserting their hegemony, and prepares them for achieving their lost empire'.
But then, in the shadow of Obama's through and through immoral successor in office, it already makes a difference to display some degree of ethics, moral consciousness and decency.
Hence, the world has become a world with no moral consciousness, a world whereby everyone feels they have the right to do as they wish with no care of the consequence.
'The Walk for Life is a message that the Church is not blind and deaf to its mandate to stir the moral consciousness of the people.
His platform in the legislature was centered on issues of moral consciousness and limited government.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution can compromise humanity's traditional sources of meaning -- work, community, family and identity -- or it can lift humanity into a new collective and moral consciousness based on a sense of shared destiny.
Man has to search it out in his mental and moral consciousness. Nature possesses deep moral signs in itself, which are helpful to make man realize the Divine moral commands written upon his heart.
Shalev said that after growing up in a communist education system he developed a strong moral consciousness that was not affected by the later collapse and privatization of the kibbutzim.