moral

listen to the pronunciation of moral
Englisch - Türkisch
manevi

Rahip insanların maneviyatını geliştirmek için çalıştı. - The priest tried to improve the people's morals.

Ben sana manevi destek vereceğim. - I'll give you moral support.

{s} ahlâki

Ahlaki değerler toplumda önemlidir. - Moral values are important in society.

O yapacak ahlaki bir şeydi. - It was the moral thing to do.

ahlaki

Et yemek ahlaki olarak yanlış mıdır? - Is it morally wrong to eat meat?

Ahlaki değerler toplumda önemlidir. - Moral values are important in society.

alınacak ders

Bu hikayeden alınacak ders nedir? - What's the moral of this story?

Bu hikayeden alınacak dersi anladın mı? - Did you understand the moral of this story?

aktöreli
aktöresel
değer

Ahlaki değerler toplumda önemlidir. - Moral values are important in society.

Tom'un ahlaki değerleri yok. - Tom has no moral values.

faziletli
namuslu (cinsel açıdan)
tinsel
ahlaklı
ahlak dersi
dürüst

O dürüst bir hayat yaşadı. - He lived a moral life.

törel
kıssadan hisse
doubtful morals ahlâkdışı davranışlar
iyilik veya fenalık yapmaya muktedir
{s} (cinsel açıdan) namuslu
{i} ahlâk dersi
{s} ahlâklı
iyi ahlaklı
ahlaka ait
{i} medeni cesaret
doğru

Ahlaki evrenin yayı uzun, ancak adalete doğru eğilir. - The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.

Ahlak anlayışının seni doğru olanı yapmaktan alıkoymasına asla izin verme. - Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what is right.

{s} ahlak kurallarına uyan
düstur
olasılı
ahlak

Et yemek ahlaki olarak yanlış mıdır? - Is it morally wrong to eat meat?

Sana sık sık sigara içme,o şekilde sigara içme deniliyorsa, düşünmeye başla, belki sigara içmek toplum ahlakına ya da bir şeye yönelik tehdittir. - When you are constantly told no smoking, no smoking like that, you start thinking, maybe smoking really is a threat to public morals or something.

ahlâkıyat
özdeyiş
hisse
ders

Bu hikayeden alınacak ders nedir? - What's the moral of this story?

Her masal, alınacak bir dersle biter. - Every fable ends up with a moral.

erdemli

İyi bir kişi erdemli bir kişidir. - A good person is a moral person.

nezih
prensip sahibi
ahlaksal
töresel
morality
ahlaklılık
morals
ahlak

Sana sık sık sigara içme,o şekilde sigara içme deniliyorsa, düşünmeye başla, belki sigara içmek toplum ahlakına ya da bir şeye yönelik tehdittir. - When you are constantly told no smoking, no smoking like that, you start thinking, maybe smoking really is a threat to public morals or something.

Onun ahlakı esnektir. - Her morals are flexible.

morals
{i} ahlâk

Genel ahlak bu kasabada bozulmuş. - Public morals have been corrupted in this town.

Sana sık sık sigara içme,o şekilde sigara içme deniliyorsa, düşünmeye başla, belki sigara içmek toplum ahlakına ya da bir şeye yönelik tehdittir. - When you are constantly told no smoking, no smoking like that, you start thinking, maybe smoking really is a threat to public morals or something.

moral values
ahlâki değerler
moral man
Ahlaklı insan
moral values
ahlâki deşerler
moral development
ahlaki gelişim
moral hazard
ahlaki tehlike
moral laws
töre
moral maturity
(Tıp) ahlaki olgunluk
moral principles
(Felsefe) aktöre
moral rights
alınmış patent hakkı
moral corruption
ahlaki bozukluk
moral defeat
manevi yenilgi
moral excellence
ahlaki mükemmeliyet
moral obligation
manevi yükümlülük
moral philosophy
ahlak ilmi
moral philosophy
ahlak bilimi
moral principle
ahlak kuralı
moral principles
ahlak kuralları
moral support
moral takviyesi
moral agent
ahlaki ajan
moral agent
Doğru ile yanlış ayrımını yapabilen, ahlâkî açıdan doğruyu düşünüp bulabilen
moral compass
ahlaki pusula
moral context
Bir konunun ahlaki yönü
moral damage
(Kanun) Mânevi hasar
moral economy
ahlaki ekonomi
moral economy
(Ekonomi) Ahlâki iktisat
moral high ground
ahlaki yüksek zemin
moral instruction
Ahlâk eğitimi
moral issue
ahlak sorunu
moral judgement
Ahlâkî değer yargısı
moral lapses
ahlaki sapmalar
moral lesson
Ahlâkî ders

A fable always carries a moral lesson which is explicitly stated at the end of the story.

moral majority
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) bir toplumun geleneksel ahlaki değerlerinden yana olanlar; ahlaki çoğunluk
moral play
ahlaki oyun
moral reasoning
ahlaki
moral reasoning
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Ahlâki akıl yürütme, ahlâki muhakeme
moral rights
manevi haklar
moral science
(Bilim, İlim) İnsanla ilgili olarak 'sosyal bilimler ve felsefe'; beşeri bilimler, insanî bilimler
moral sense
ahlaki anlamda
moral standing
ahlak
moral suasion
ahlaki razı etme
moral action
ahlaki eylem
moral and ethical aspects
ahlaki ve etik yönler
moral certainty
yüksek olasılık
moral code
ahlak kuralı
moral conditions
ahlak durumu
moral conditions
ahlaki durum
moral corruption
ahlak çöküntüsü
moral dimension
ahlaki boyut
moral doctrine
ahlak öğretisi
moral duty
(Kanun) ahlaki vazife
moral duty
(Kanun) ahlaki görev
moral economy
ahlaki iktisat
moral extent
ahlak ölçüsü
moral faculty
iyi ile kötüyü ayırt edebilme
moral fiber
ahlâk yapısı
moral injuction
ahlaki görev
moral justification
(Kanun) ahlaki gerekçe
moral justification
(Kanun) ahlaki karine
moral majority
ahlaki çoğunluk
moral obligation
(Kanun) ahlaki mükellefiyet
moral obligation
(Kanun) ahlaki vazife
moral of a fable
kıssadan hisse
moral police
ahlak zabıtası
moral ripeness
ahlak olgunluğu
moral risk
(Ticaret) moral riziko
moral sociology
ahlak sosyolojisi
moral suasion
(Ticaret) istek veya telkinler
moral support
manevi destek

Ben sana manevi destek vereceğim. - I'll give you moral support.

Tom bana manevi destek verdi. - Tom gave me moral support.

moral support
manevi yardım
moral turpitude
ahlaksızlık
moral victory
manevi zafer
morality
(Tiyatro) moralite
morality
ahlâk dersi
moral hazard
(Ticaret) manevi zarar
morality
hulk
morally
manevi açıdan
morals
hulk
public moral
(Kanun) ahlaki umumiye
public moral
(Kanun) genel ahlak
morality
erdem
morals
ahlak kuralları
point a moral
ahlak dersi çıkarmak
point a moral
kıssadan hisse çıkarmak
morality
{i} ahlâk

Merhamet tüm ahlakın temelini oluşturmaktadır. - Compassion is the basis of all morality.

Borsada kumar oynarsan bir yatırımcısındır... Türev piyasada kumar oynarsan bir tüccar ... Kumarhanede kumar oynarsan bir kaybedensindir ... Ahlak ? - If you gamble on the stock market, you are an investor... If you gamble on the derivatives market, you are a trader... If you gamble at the casino, you are a loser... Morality?

basic moral
esas ahlak
morality
ahlam
public moral
kamu ahlaki
under a moral obligation
başka seçenek
morality
morality play on beşinci ve on- altıncı yüzyıllarda karakterlerin erdem ve kötülük gibi ahlâki değerleri simgelediği bir tür dram
morality
ahlak ilmi
morality
törellik
morality
ahlâk doğruluğu
morally
manevi olarak

Bir ilk yardım görevlisi olan Tom, kalp krizi geçiren birisi üzerinde manevi olarak CPR yapmakla yükümlüdür. - As a first-aider, Tom is morally obligated to perform CPR on someone who's had a heart attack.

morally
hemen hemen/ahlakça
morally
ahlâkça
morals
ders
morals
özdeyiş
morals
töre
morals
i., çoğ. ahlak
national moral
(Politika, Siyaset) ulusal moral
point a moral
hisse çıkarmak (kıssadan)
Englisch - Englisch
Capable of right and wrong action

a moral agent.

Positively affecting the mind, confidence, or will

a moral victory, moral support.

Probable but not proved

a moral certainty.

Conforming to a standard of right behaviour; sanctioned by or operative on one's conscience or ethical judgment

a moral obligation.

Moral practices or teachings: modes of conduct
The ethical significance or practical lesson
Of or relating to principles of right and wrong in behaviour, especially for teaching right behaviour

moral judgments, a moral poem.

{a} regarding vice or virtue, upright, good
{n} the instruction or meaning of a fable
the moral significance or practical lesson (the moral of a story)
relating to, dealing with, or capable of making the distinction between right and wrong in conduct
relating to, dealing with, or capable of making the distinction between, right and wrong in conduct; relating to, serving to teach, or in accordance with, the principles of right and wrong; good or right in conduct or character
Synonym for "ethical " See ethics
The inner meaning or significance of a fable, a narrative, an occurrence, an experience, etc
concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles; "moral sense"; "a moral scrutiny"; "a moral lesson"; "a moral quandary"; "moral convictions"; "a moral life"
knowing right from wrong behavior
Relating to duty or obligation; pertaining to those intentions and actions of which right and wrong, virtue and vice, are predicated, or to the rules by which such intentions and actions ought to be directed; relating to the practice, manners, or conduct of men as social beings in relation to each other, as respects right and wrong, so far as they are properly subject to rules
Supported by reason or probability; practically sufficient; opposed to legal or demonstrable; as, a moral evidence; a moral certainty
The moral perspective in which one knows the good, proper, and right The moral perspective is played out through one's motives, intentions, and actions as they impinge on or affect other human beings
arising from the sense of right and wrong; "a moral obligation"
Moral means relating to beliefs about what is right or wrong. She describes her own moral dilemma in making the film. matters of church doctrine and moral teaching. = ethical + morally mor·al·ly When, if ever, is it morally justifiable to allow a patient to die?
referring to what is right and wrong, good and bad, with emphasis on overt behavior-acts, habits, and customs Levels of moral reasoning include preconventional morality, based on avoiding punishment and striving for pleasure; conventional morality, based on pleasing others and doing one's duty as prescribed by authorities; and postconventional morality, based on mutual consent and personal conviction See ethics
If you give someone moral support, you encourage them in what they are doing by expressing approval. Moral as well as financial support was what the West should provide
able to know right from wrong in conduct; deciding and acting from that understanding
Sometimes opposed to material and physical; as, moral pressure or support
Used sometimes in distinction from religious; as, a moral rather than a religious life
A moral person behaves in a way that is believed by most people to be good and right. The people who will be on the committee are moral, cultured, competent people. = ethical + morally mor·al·ly Art is not there to improve you morally
Conformed to accepted rules of right; acting in conformity with such rules; virtuous; just; as, a moral man
A lesson learned from a mediation
the significance of a story or event; "the moral of the story is to love thy neighbor"
good according to a standard of right and wrong, as in: The moral thing to do isn't always the popular thing to do
Serving to teach or convey a moral; as, a moral lesson; moral tales
The doctrine or practice of the duties of life; manner of living as regards right and wrong; conduct; behavior; usually in the plural
Acting upon or through one's moral nature or sense of right, or suited to act in such a manner; as, a moral arguments; moral considerations
moral victory: see victory
A morality play
the significance of a story or event; "the moral of the story is to love thy neighbor" concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles; "moral sense"; "a moral scrutiny"; "a moral lesson"; "a moral quandary"; "moral convictions"; "a moral life" psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect; "a moral victory"; "moral support" arising from the sense of right and wrong; "a moral obligation" relating to principles of right and wrong; i
of or relating to principles of right and wrong in behaviour, especially for teaching right behavior
The moral Gower John Gower, the poet, is so called by Chaucer (1320-1402 ) Father of moral philosophy Thomas Aquinas (1227-1274)
Moral courage or duty is based on what you believe is right or acceptable, rather than on what the law says should be done. The Government had a moral, if not a legal duty to pay compensation
{i} ethic; moralistic lesson; lesson; moralistic principle
the practical lesson which anything is designed or fitted to teach; the doctrine meant to be inculcated by a fiction; a maxim
To moralize
relating to principles of right and wrong; i
to morals or ethics; "moral philosophy
The moral of a story or event is what you learn from it about how you should or should not behave. I think the moral of the story is let the buyer beware = message
relating to principles of right and wrong; i e to morals or ethics; "moral philosophy"
Capable of right and wrong action or of being governed by a sense of right; subject to the law of duty
Relating to right and wrong as determined by duty
"1 a : of or relating to principles of right and wrong in behavior : ETHICAL"
(adjective) virtuous, doing the right thing
positively affecting the mind, confidence or will
See Morality, 5
Morals are principles and beliefs concerning right and wrong behaviour. Western ideas and morals They have no morals
based on strong likelihood or firm conviction rather than actual evidence; "a moral certainty"
psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect; "a moral victory"; "moral support"
adhering to ethical and moral principles; "it seems ethical and right"; "followed the only honorable course of action"; "had the moral courage to stand alone"
conforming to a standard of right behaviour; sanctioned by or operative on ones conscience or ethical judgment
{s} ethical; virtuous; righteous; principled; conforming to accepted standards; having integrity
Moral Majority
A faction of the Republican Party whose policies include conservatism on social and personal matters, marrying religion to the political process. Sometimes pejoratively used to describe the Republican Party since the election of Ronald Reagan to the presidency in 1980
moral Mafia
Any group of religious zealots or fundamentalists intent on enforcing their morality on others
moral arithmetic
Alternative name of felicific calculus
moral authority
The quality or characteristic of being respected for having good character or knowledge, especially as a source of guidance or an exemplar of proper conduct

While the Dalai Lama is lauded in much of the world as a figure of moral authority, Beijing reviles the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize laureate.

moral code
A written, formal, and consistent set of moral rules, accepted by a person or by a group of people
moral fiber
Alternative spelling of moral fibre
moral fibre
The inner strength to do what one believes to be right; often an ability to make difficult decisions

He lacked the moral fibre to be a leader.

moral fibres
plural form of moral fibre
moral futurism
The moral stance of accepting that moral system that is probably going to be dominant in the future
moral hazard
The prospect that a party insulated from risk may behave differently from the way it would behave if it were fully exposed to the risk
moral hazards
plural form of moral hazard
moral high ground
A position or point of view which is ethically superior or more reputable, in comparison to others which are under consideration

Her legitimacy (as the leader of the party that won the 1990 general election), integrity and stoic acceptance of house arrest enable her to occupy the moral high ground.

moral high grounds
plural form of moral high ground
moral minimum
The specific rule that one should do no intentional harm, often considered the bare minimum required for ethical behavior

First, consider the moral minimum, do no harm.

moral minimum
A standard or principle upheld as indispensable for moral conduct, whether within a particular context or in general

Walzer speculates that a comparison of the moral codes found in various societies might produce a set of standards to which all societies can be held—negative injunctions, most likely, rules against murder, deceit, torture, oppression, and tyranny. These standards would constitute the moral minimum..

moral objectivism
The position that certain acts are objectively right or wrong, independent of human opinion
moral order
A body of unwritten social mores and conventions which serve to maintain societal order

Human culture always implies moral order, and human persons are inescapably moral agents.

moral orders
plural form of moral order
moral panic
A semi-spontaneous or media-generated mass movement based on the perception that an individual, group, community, or culture is dangerously deviant and poses a menace to society. A public outcry
moral philosophy
Ethics

The maxims of common life were arranged in some methodical order, and connected together by a few common principles, in the same manner as they had attempted to arrange and connect the phenomena of nature. The science which pretends to investigate and explain those connecting principles, is what is properly called moral philosophy.

moral suasion
Persuasion brought to bear by appeals to one's moral sense or ethics

The temperance movement also exacerbated ethnic tensions. Before 1850 this movement had been primarily one of self-denial and moral suasion aimed at persuading the Protestant middle and working classes to cast out demon rum and become sober, hard-working, upward-striving citizens.

moral support
Assistance given to a person or cause, usually without getting directly involved

Although I'm not passionate about this issue, I'm willing to attend the rally to give moral support.

moral system
A consistent set of moral axioms or principles
moral turpitude
depravity
moral turpitude
Any base or vile conduct, contrary to accepted morals, that accompanies a crime
moral-panic
Attributive form of moral panic

moral-panic control.

moral suasion
Federal Reserve's influence upon banks to follow a particular course of action
moral economy
(Ekonomi) Moral economy is a phrase used in a number of contexts to describe the interplay between moral or cultural beliefs and economic activities
moral hazard
A risk to an insurance company resulting from uncertainty about the honesty of the insured
moral obligation
An obligation arising out of considerations of right and wrong. "He did it out of a feeling of moral obligation."
moral reasoning
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Moral reasoning is a study in psychology that overlaps with moral philosophy. It is also called Moral development. Prominent contributors to theory include Lawrence Kohlberg and Elliot Turiel. The term is sometimes used in a different sense: reasoning under conditions of uncertainty, such as obtain in a court of law. It is this sense that gave rise to the phrase, "To a moral certainty;" however, this sense is now little used outside of charges to juries
moral rights
(Kanun) 1. Moral rights (copyright law) are a subset of the rights of creators of copyrighted works, including the right of attribution, the right to have a work published anonymously or pseudonymously, and the right to the integrity of the work.2. Natural rights, also called moral rights or inalienable rights, are rights which are not contingent upon the laws, customs, or beliefs of a particular society or polity
moral science
Human science (also, moral science and human sciences as typical in the UK) is a term applied to the investigation of human life and activities by a rational, systematic and verifiable methodology that acknowledges the validity of both data derived by impartial observation of sensory experience (objective phenomena) and data derived by means of impartial observation of psychological experience (subjective phenomena). It includes but is not necessarily limited to fields of study commonly included within the social sciences and humanities, including history, sociology, anthropology, and economics. Its use of a empirical methodology that encompasses psychological experience contrasts to the purely positivistic approach typical of the natural sciences (which exclude all methods not based solely on external sensory observations). Thus the term is often used to distinguish not only the content of a field of study from those of the natural sciences, but also its methodology
moral science
Moral science (also, human science and human sciences) is a term applied to the investigation of human life and activities by a rational, systematic and verifiable methodology that acknowledges the validity of both data derived by impartial observation of sensory experience (objective phenomena) and data derived by means of impartial observation of psychological experience (subjective phenomena)
moral suasion
During the mid- to late 1960s, the Lyndon B. Johnson Administration tried to deal with the mounting inflationary pressures by direct government influence. Wage-price guideposts were set up, and the power of the presidency was used to coerce big businesses and labor into going along with these guideposts. This general approach came to be known as "jawboning" (sometimes known as "moral suasion") — an unofficial but usually quite effective technique of arm-twisting to prevent labor and businesses from getting big wage or price increases, which works essentially by the implict threat of future Government "regulation" of their industry, such that would impair their profitability
Moral Rearmament
MRA an international movement started in 1938 by the US evangelist Frank Buchman (1878-1961), who wanted to make people behave in a more moral and spiritual way, especially in international relations
moral agent
A being whose actions are capable of moral evaluation We may say that an avalanche killed three people, but the avalanche is not open to moral evaluation The avalanche is an amoral force A competent and reasonably mature human being is the most familiar example of a moral agent In contrast, most so-called "lower" (that is, non-human) animals are generally understood to be amoral (although this is open to debate regarding species that have complex and flexible social relations, like primates and dolphins )
moral agent
"A creature capable of right and wrong action; a being endowed with the ability to perceive what is right and proper conduct in his various relations with the power of free choice and thus able to be governed by truth addressed to his intelligence " (Gordon C Olson, The Moral Government of God) Charles Finney wrote that "man is a FREE AGENT because he possesses intelligence with the power and liberty of choice " Finney also writes, "moral agency implies the possession of intellect, reason, will, [and] conscience "
moral agent
* A being whose actions are capable of moral evaluation We may say that an avalanche killed three people, but the avalanche is not open to moral evaluation The avalanche is an amoral force A competent and reasonably mature human being is the most familiar example of a moral agent In contrast, most so-called "lower" (that is, non-human) animals are generally understood to be amoral (although this is open to debate regarding species that have complex and flexible social relations, like primates and dolphins )
moral asset
characteristic that is morally beneficial, positive moral quality (such as the knowledge of right and wrong)
moral bearings
moral behavior, ethical manner of acting
moral code
moral outlook, moral viewpoint, ethics, morals
moral consideration
consideration which is related to ethical or moral laws
moral crisis
period characterized by immorality, period in which people reject previously accepted values
moral decay
spiritual decline, cultural decline, spiritual degeneration
moral fault
ethical fault, behavior that is undesirable by its nature
moral fiber
ethical basis, moral foundation
moral fibre
mor·al fi·bre in AM, use moral fiber Moral fibre is the quality of being determined to do what you think is right. a man of stern moral fibre
moral force
an efficient incentive; "they hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches
moral hazard
A situation in which the presence of insurance or some government policy weakens incentives for individuals, households or firms to behave prudently
moral hazard
Characteristics of the insured or applicant that increase the probability or severity of loss
moral hazard
moral hazard refers to the tendency of insurance to discourage policyholders from protecting themselves from risk
moral hazard
the principle that says that those who purchase insurance have a reduced incentive to avoid what they are insured against
moral hazard
A condition of morals or habits that increases the probability of loss from a peril An extreme example would be an individual who previously burned his own property to collect the insurance (G)
moral hazard
The risk that a party to a transaction has not entered into a contract in good faith, has provided misleading information about its assets, liabilities, or credit capacity, or has an incentive to take unusual risks in a desperate attempt to earn a profit before the contract settles
moral hazard
a term based on the principle that if actors are allowed to escape the consequences of their risky actions, they are more likely to engage in reckless behavior in future The moral hazard argument is often used to argue against the forgiveness of legally contracted debt; it has also been used to criticize IMF rescue packages, which bail out reckless bankers and private investors
moral hazard
Dishonesty or character defects in an individual that increase the chance of loss
moral hazard
a tendency for losses to be greater or more frequent when covered by insurance (Evans, 1984)
moral hazard
*: A risk to an insurance company resulting from uncertainty about the honesty of the insured
moral hazard
As "physical hazard" relates to susceptibility to fire or wind, the term "moral hazard" relates to susceptibility to loss through moral lapse of the owner (e g ,"Burn the house down and collect from the insurance company before losing it in a foreclosure to the finance company ")
moral hazard
Danger of loss arising from the nature of the insured rather than from the physical nature of the risk This would encompass those instances where the chance of loss is increased by an insured's carelessness, incompetence, recklessness, indifference to loss or an insured's fraudulent nature
moral hazard
A hazard resulting from the indifferent or dishonest attitude of an individual in relation to insured property
moral hazard
A moral characteristic of an insured that may increase the likelihood of a loss, e g integrity, honesty, experience
moral hazard
the temptation facing managers to engage in risky activities when they are protected from the consequences of failure, e g by guaranteed severance payments
moral hazard
Evidence of information market failure within the health insurance market The more complete an insurance coverage package the less individuals must bear the financial consequences of their consumption decisions thereby reducing the incentive to economize in consumption of health services
moral hazard
- A condition of morals or habits that increase the probability of a loss from a peril
moral hazard
The possibility that the signal or expectation of possible future government support may induce an undesirable change in behavior by management of an enterprise or bank, for example by engaging in more risky activities because some of the potential losses are seen as being effectively underwritten by the government
moral hazard
The possibility that a person may act dishonestly in an insurance transaction
moral hazard
The effect of personal reputation, character, associates, personal living habits, financial responsibility, and environment upon an individual's general insurability
moral hazard
The danger that a proposed insured might deliberately attempt to conceal or misrepresent information Moral hazard is a risk factor that affects the underwriting decision
moral hazard
The risk that the existence of a contract will change the behavior of one or both parties to the contract, e g an insured firm will take fewer fire precautions
moral hazard
the loss to an insurance company resulting from possible lack of prudence or honesty on the part of policyholders
moral hazard
Describes behavior when agents do not bear the full cost of their actions and are thus more likely to take such actions
moral hazard
A concept referring to the notion that some countries may keep in place inefficient and carbon-intensive regulatory energy policies in order to increase opportunities for clean Development Mechanism investment
moral majority
If there is a large group in society that holds strong, conservative opinions on matters of morality and religion, you can refer to these people as the moral majority. In the United States, there is an organized group called the Moral Majority. unless the writers begin to write decent comedy and stop pandering to the moral majority. the group of people in a society who have strong moral beliefs and think they are always right. In the US there is an organized group called the Moral Majority, who have strong Christian principles
moral obligation
an obligation arising out of considerations of right and wrong; "he did it out of a feeling of moral obligation
moral obligation
commitment to follow one's conscience
moral philosophy
ethics: the philosophical study of moral values and rules
moral play
religious drama performed in Europe during the Middle Ages
moral principle
the principle that conduct should be moral
moral principle
the principles of right and wrong that are accepted by an individual or a social group; "the Puritan ethic"; "a person with old-fashioned values"
moral principles
ethics, beliefs on moral issues
moral psychology
In psychology, study of the development of the moral sense i. e., of the capacity for forming judgments about what is morally right or wrong, good or bad. The U.S. psychologist Lawrence Kohlberg hypothesized that people's development of moral standards passes through several levels. At the early level, that of preconventional moral reasoning, the child uses external and physical events (such as pleasure or pain) as the source for moral decisions; his standards are based strictly on what will avoid punishment or bring pleasure. At the intermediate level, that of conventional moral reasoning, the child or adolescent views moral standards as a way of maintaining the approval of authority figures, chiefly his parents, and acts in accordance with their precepts. At the third level, that of postconventional moral reasoning, the adult bases his moral standards on principles that he himself has evaluated and accepts as inherently valid, regardless of society's opinion. Beginning in the 1970s Kohlberg's work was criticized by psychologists and philosophers influenced by feminism. According to Carol Gilligan, Kohlberg's stages are inherently sexist, because they equate moral maturity with an orientation toward moral problems that is socially instilled in males but not in females. Whereas the male "ethic of rights and justice" treats morality in terms of abstract principles and conceives of moral agents as essentially autonomous, acting independently of their social situations according to general rules, the female "ethic of care" treats morality in terms of concrete bonds to particular individuals based on feelings of care and responsibility and conceives of moral agents as connected and interdependent through their feelings of care and responsibility for each other
moral sense
comprehension of what is and is not ethical
moral sense
motivation deriving logically from ethical or moral principles that govern a person's thoughts and actions
moral standing
* A being's moral standing determines the extent to which its well-being must be ethically considered for its own sake To say that some group of beings have moral standing is to say that, as a moral matter, their well-being must be given some consideration It does not decide the question of whether they have the same moral standing as people (and thus have "human" rights) The welfare of such beings, for example cattle, might be considered for prudential reasons, too, but that would not require that they have moral standing For example one might judge that it would be important to feed one's cattle, just as one might decide it was stupid to throw one's stamp collection into the river, thinking of the stamps or cattle as an investment without believing that either the cattle or the stamps deserve better treatment In that case one would not be considering the moral standing of the cattle
moral standing
A being's moral standing determines the extent to which its well-being must be ethically considered for its own sake To say that some group of beings have moral standing is to say that, as a moral matter, their well-being must be given some consideration It does not decide the question of whether they have the same moral standing as people (and thus have "human" rights) The welfare of such beings, for example cattle, might be considered for prudential reasons, too, but that would not require that they have moral standing For example one might judge that it would be important to feed one's cattle, just as one might decide it was stupid to throw one's stamp collection into the river, thinking of the stamps or cattle as an investment without believing that either the cattle or the stamps deserve better treatment In that case one would not be considering the moral standing of the cattle
moral strength
strength to uphold one's principles
moral suasion
A technique by which the Fed indicates its wishes to its membe banks, precluding more drastic actions to achieve desired goals
moral suasion
A type of approach used by an authority to get members to adhere to a policy, goal or initiative It involves applying pressure on members, rather than using legislation or force, to achieve a desired result
moral superiority
more highly-developed conscience, greater understanding of ethical issues
moral support
encouragement
moral turpitude
moral baseness, ethical ignobility
moral victory
victory of ethics, win caused by ethics
moral(a)
based on strong likelihood or firm conviction rather than actual evidence; "a moral certainty
morality
Recognition of the distinction between good and evil or between right and wrong; respect for and obedience to the rules of right conduct; the mental disposition or characteristic of behaving in a manner intended to produce morally good results

It may be true that you cannot legislate morality, but behavior can be regulated.

morality
A set of social rules, customs, traditions, beliefs, or practices which specify proper, acceptable forms of conduct

He smiled a little. Morality is the average conduct of the average man at a given time and place. It is based on custom and expediency..

morality
A set of personal guiding principles for conduct or a general notion of how to behave, whether respectable or not

Deputy District Attorney Bill Tingle called Jones the devil's right-hand man and said he should be punished for his atrocious morality..

morality
Moral philosophy, the branch of philosophy which studies the grounds and nature of rightness, wrongness, good, and evil

Robinson sums up the conclusion of the first part of his book as being that the task of the moralist is to set in their proper relation to one another the three different types of moral judgment . . . and so reveal the field of morality as a single self-coherent system.

morality
A particular theory concerning the grounds and nature of rightness, wrongness, good, and evil

Hume's morality which ‘implies some sentiment common to all mankind’; Kant's morality for all rational beings; Butler's morality with its presupposition of ‘uniformity of conscience’.

morality
A lesson or pronouncement which contains advice about proper behavior

Sir Preacher, from your desk you mumble?.

morally
In keeping of requirements of morality

to behave morally.

morally
Relating to morals or ethics

Morally, it is a difficult issue to deal with.

non-moral
Not moral; unconnected with morals; having no relation to ethics or morals; not involving ethical or moral considerations
morality
virtue
morality
{n} the doctrines of the duties of life, virtue
morally
{a} honestly, probably, in common, very
morals
{n} natural principles, duties, manners
Morality
ethics
draw the moral
find the moral of a story
morality
{i} integrity; ethics; chastity; conformity to accepted rules of conduct
morality
Such plays were occasionally exhibited as late as the reign of Henry VIII
morality
The motives, intentions, and actions of an individual as they are directed toward others and how these are judged by the greater society
morality
Morality is a character that was based on Jed Gremmler and replaced the other character based on him, the mage Grey Morality represents the conscience and an adherence to arbitrary rules of conduct He seeks to influence characters to morality at the cost of logic and emotion The character is opposed to and often shown with Logic and Hate, as the people they were based on were all roommates of mine along with Jed In the storyline, some of Morality's accomplishments include being preachy and judgmental, being taken prisoner by Love and trying to protect an Angel from the Emperor's Son Morality is shown wearing a red robe due to his inspiration's own neutrality and he is often depicted holding a book as a sign of rules with the permanence of the written word
morality
Morality is the belief that some behaviour is right and acceptable and that other behaviour is wrong. standards of morality and justice in society
morality
The morality of something is how right or acceptable it is. the arguments about the morality of blood sports
morality
The quality of an action which renders it good; the conformity of an act to the accepted standard of right
morality
The doctrines or rules of moral duties, or the duties of men in their social character; ethics
morality
moral quality or character; rightness or wrongness, as of an action; the character of being in accord with the principles or standards of right conduct
morality
a system of values and the moral rules, goals and virtues that derive from those values
morality
The ability to distinguish good and evil or right and wrong, right or good conduct
morality
Conformity to the rules of right conduct Freedom from sin or sinful behavior Actions based on ethical principles
morality
In general terms, morality is concerned with individual character or personality and beliefs governing right and wrong See Ethics and Professionalism
morality
concern with the distinction between good and evil or right and wrong; right or good conduct
morality
A morality is a system of principles and values concerning people's behaviour, which is generally accepted by a society or by a particular group of people. a morality that is sexist. = ethic
morality
n a doctrine or system of moral conduct conformity to ideals of right human conduct
morality
Ethics or a conduct of behavior based on an inner conviction (see Morality)
morality
motivation based on ideas of right and wrong
morality
the second Paramitas, to take precepts and to keep the moral laws
morality
The relation of conformity or nonconformity to the moral standard or rule; quality of an intention, a character, an action, a principle, or a sentiment, when tried by the standard of right
morality
the second Paramita, to take precepts and to keep the moral laws
morality
goodness according to a recognized code of conduct, as in: For their leader they chose a person of the highest morality
morality
Genus: Code of action Differentia: Defines how man should live his life Link: Article
morality
not imposed from outside, but innate and can even be unconscious We have a fundamental urge to connect Ultimately, it's our moral qualities that force us to live in harmony with the unconscious; doing so is the highest form of morality Morality is individual; the morality of a group decreases as its size increases (In Civilization In Transition, Jung differentates between moral code and conscience, which is anterior to it Real conscience comes into play when two customarily moral ways of behaving collide ) Ethics are a function of the whole person
morality
A kind of allegorical play, so termed because it consisted of discourses in praise of morality between actors representing such characters as Charity, Faith, Death, Vice, etc
morality
The practice of the moral duties; rectitude of life; conformity to the standard of right; virtue; as, we often admire the politeness of men whose morality we question
morality
Intent; meaning; moral
moralizes
third-person singular of moralize
moralizing
{s} relating to standards of morals
moralizing
indulgence in moral pronouncements; the exposition (often superficially) of a particular moral code; "his constant moralizing drove me mad
moralizing
third-person singular of moralize
morally
According to moral rules; virtuously
morally
in a moral manner; "he acted morally under the circumstances"
morally
in a moral manner; "he acted morally under the circumstances
morally
with respect to moral principles; "morally unjustified" in a moral manner; "he acted morally under the circumstances
morally
In a moral manner
morally
from a moral point of view; virtuously; according to the principles of morality
morally
In moral qualities; in disposition and character; as, one who physically and morally endures hardships
morally
with respect to moral principles; "morally unjustified"
morally
In a manner calculated to serve as the basis of action; according to the usual course of things and human judgment; according to reason and probability
morally
In a moral or ethical sense; according to the rules of morality
morals
Ethics, the codes, values, principles, and customs of a person or society
morals
motivation based on ideas of right and wrong
morals
are a code of agreement amongst people that they will behave in a certain way or manner and conduct themselves in a fashion that will attain optimum solutions to their problems
morals
A set of ethical principles that guide our actions and relationships
morals
{i} standards of conduct as what is right or wrong, ethics; morality
morals
the rules of conduct by which people live
morals
plural of moral
morals
a code of good conduct laid down out of the experience of the race to serve as a uniform yardstick for the conduct of individuals and groups Morals are actually laws
morals
the values held by an individual and maintained by the individual's moral community Morals define what constitutes a good life
morals
Personal standards or rules of conduct that guide an individual toward making judgments about permissible behavior with regard to basic human values (e g , human equity, individual freedoms, respect for others )
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spirits

He was in low spirits for months after his girlfriend left him. - Kız arkadaşı terk ettikten sonra aylarca morali bozuk gezdi.

He is in high spirits today. - Bugün onun morali yüksek.

moral, ethical
morale

Their morale is high. - Onların morali yüksek.

The morale of those men was excellent. - Bu insanların morali mükemmeldi.

morals, ethics
moral bozucu
frustrating
moral bozmak
get somebody down
moral bozucu
disappointing
moral yıkıntısı
(Ticaret) burnout
moral bozmak
demoralize
moral bozucu
dispiriting
moral bozukluğu
dejection
moral bozukluğu
despondancy
moral hizmetler
(Askeri) special services
moral konuşması
(Askeri) pep talk
moral sıfır
(Argo) blue funk
moral vermek
fortify
moral vermek
rally
moral vermek
buoy up
moral vermek
cheer somebody up
moral vermek
reassure
moral alkışı
cheering applause
moral alkışı
encouraging applause
moral bozan
enervator
moral bozan şey ya da kişi
demoralizer
moral bozan şey ya da kişi
demoraliser
moral bozucu
depressing

I think he's a bit depressing. - Sanırım o biraz moral bozucu.

moral bozucu bir şekilde
demoralizingly
moral bozukluğu
dispiritedness
moral bozukluğu
enervation
moral bozukluğu
despondency
moral bozukluğu
despond
moral bozukluğu
low ego
moral bozukluğu
deformity
moral bozulma noktası
(Havacılık) frustration threshold
moral bozulması
demoralization
moral güç
(Hukuk) shot in the arm
moral hizmet bölüğü
(Askeri) special service company
moral hizmet okulu
(Askeri) school for special service
moral hizmet subayı
(Askeri) special services officer
moral hizmet subayı
(Askeri) morale officer
moral hizmetler şubesi
(Askeri) special services division
moral riziko
(Ticaret) moral risk
moral takviyesi
moral support
moral vererek
reassuredly
moral verici konuşma
pep talk
moral verme
elevation
moral vermek
hearten
moral vermek
to give sb moral support, to bolster sb's morale, to cheer sb up, to buoy sb up, to reassure
moral vermek
cheer up!
moral vermek
edify
moral vermek
relieve one's mind
moral çöküntüsü
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) demoralization
moral vermek
cheer up
disiplin-moral
(Askeri) discipline morale
füze uyarı almacı; moral, sağlık ve eğlence
(Askeri) missile warning receiver; morale, welfare, and recreation
sağlık, moral ve refah
(Askeri) health, morale, and welfare
ulusal moral
(Hukuk) national moral
yüksek moral
high spirits
moral
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