virtuous conduct

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He heard his sister's sufferings derided, and her virtuous conduct jeered at and brutally misconstrued; he heard her name bandied from mouth to mouth, and herself made the subject of coarse and insolent wagers, free speech, and licentious jesting.
The Deistic ideas followed those expressed in the seventeenth century by Lord Herbert of Cherbury, brother of George Herbert, who held that the worship due to the Deity consists chiefly in reverence and virtuous conduct, and also that man should repent of sin and forsake it and that reward and punishment, both in this life and hereafter, follow from the goodness and justice of God.] In this poem, as in all Pope's others of this period, the best things are the detached observations.
Certain components in our life constitute some part of our destiny such as human effort, virtuous conduct and others' help in reward of virtue.
Such admiration is thought beneficial to the admirer, inducing him to emulate virtuous conduct, and deemed flattering to the admired.
He warns that excessive emotion and sentimentality get in the way of good sense and rational, mature virtuous conduct, in private lives, public discourse, and policy making.
Ethics as virtuous conduct is a major concern in Humanist/Renaissance discourse.
The connection to virtuous conduct, though doubtless possible, is not automatic; Arvidsson and Peitersen seem to consider it inevitable.
In these sermons, self-reliance is the source of virtuous conduct and the means of achieving saving character while conformity, dishonesty, and other forms of self-negation impede all growth in that direction.
The moral technology Alfano advocates results in artificially virtuous conduct. Situations are more influential than traits.
According to Buddhism, what makes an action good is that it is well-motivated, well-intentioned, and wise; and this can be understood as a general analysis of virtuous conduct. To act generously, for example, one must act from a benevolent motive and with an altruistic intention.
of Oxford, the UK) translates four texts--The way of fidelity and trustworthiness, Failure and success appear at their respective times, Five aspects of virtuous conduct, and Human nature is brought forth by decree--from the Warring States period to examine their philology and approach to presenting the text, with attention to both the underlying philosophy of the text and the method of its formulation, thus distinguishing between the texts in a new way.
'conduct' for xing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], as in "When humanity forms within [your heart] it is called virtuous conduct. If [humanity] is not formed within it is called a mere act" (p.