moral judgment

See: ethics
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And the man of maxims is the popular representative of the minds that are guided in their moral judgment solely by general rules, thinking that these will lead them to justice by a ready-made patent method, without the trouble of exerting patience, discrimination, impartiality,--without any care to assure themselves whether they have the insight that comes from a hardly earned estimate of temptation, or from a life vivid and intense enough to have created a wide fellow-feeling with all that is human.
The casuists have become a byword of reproach; but their perverted spirit of minute discrimination was the shadow of a truth to which eyes and hearts are too often fatally sealed,--the truth, that moral judgments must remain false and hollow, unless they are checked and enlightened by a perpetual reference to the special circumstances that mark the individual lot.
And it was quite true that if Hetty had been plain, she would have looked very ugly and unamiable at that moment, and no one's moral judgment upon her would have been in the least beguiled.
Some modifications the moral sentiment avails to impose, but the individual texture holds its dominion, if not to bias the moral judgments, yet to fix the measure of activity and of enjoyment.
Because the intellect qualifies in our own case the moral judgments.
The role of mental states and causality in moral judgment: An examination of the dual-process theory of moral judgment [In Chinese].
Duterte also reminded the future leaders of the military that their greatest challenges would require not just brains or brawn, but their moral judgment as well.
1) Motivational externalism is the denial of "internalist" claims that motivational force is somehow "built in" or "internal" to moral judgment.
Another common means of investigating the effect of emotions on moral judgment has been to ask people to evaluate the wrongness of moral transgressions conducted by others (e.
There are two major theories of moral judgment Kohlberg's stage theory (Kohlberg, 1969, 1976) and the theory of information integration (Anderson, 2008).
Such a conversation would have been based upon the assumption that Savita was a moral agent, capable of making a moral judgment for which she would be held accountable.
Now it is apparent that matters of moral judgment are a major source of division within churches and between churches.