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"This is a strategic alliance with a very moral sense to protect our parks, to expand our parks, and this is not only out of respect for nature, but also a respect for our children, our grandchildren and those who will come", President Piera said after a hearing at La Moneda Palace with Kristine Tompkins, president of Tompkins Conservation, Ambassador of Protected Areas of the UN Environment and one of the project leaders.
"In a moral sense his hands are drenched in the blood of IS's victims PROF ANTHONY GLEES SECURITY EXPERT
He said that this systematic behavior of these countries' representatives lacks a minimal sense of human empathy, and their policies are definitely devoid of any moral sense, let alone any sense of respect for the international law and international humanitarian law.
He added that this systematic behavior of these countries' representatives lacks a minimal sense of human empathy, and their policies are definitely devoid of any moral sense, let alone any sense of respect for the international law and international humanitarian law.
Sheh adds the leader will always uphold the highest moral sense.
So it is completely unjust, in every moral sense, to accuse them of political meddling when they are there to represent the will of the public at large.
Lacking any moral sense in their own mind, they also fail to see how they are despised by others: they are shameless, beyond the pale.
Their topics include moral gods and the origins of human cooperation, religious morality or moral religion: Kantian and pragmatist reflections, whether the Sermon on the Mount reflects Christian or universal ethics, whether Christians are better people: the contrast between "us" and "them" in early Christian rhetoric, and religion and moral choice: whether an innate moral sense accounts for religion's influence on moral choice.
THAT the collection of the taxes levied on citizens becomes an exceedingly difficult task in the absence of a moral sense of tax responsibility on the part of the taxpayers is well known.
The distinctively Scottish belief in innate human faculties of "moral sense" and "common sense," Curry argues, left their mark on the American Enlightenment that produced the Declaration and the Constitution.
It is an indication of God's blessing on every human being, of giving humans an innate moral sense. Such a moral sense, when uncorrupted by family or society, is what leads people to perform acts of virtue.
True, in a manner of speaking he locates morality 'in the mind', but he also argues that our moral sense is not self-constructed, but a fact of Nature.