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Is there a universal moral law in ethics?
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Toughest US Abortion Law Nears Passage in Mississippi Vote - BusinessWeek

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BloombergToughest US Abortion Law Nears Passage in Mississippi VoteBusinessWeekAbortion is against “my moral belief, which is based in the Lord's teachings,” Janis Lane, a 63-year old retired marketing manager from Byram, said over dinner this week...
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Top Ten Management on Ethical Relativism: An Overview of Culture ...

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The new culture has to be studied and understood by the manager in order for the manager to establish a set of ethical standards that can be as universal as possible. The manger also has to pay close attention to how far he or she can veer ...
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Finding China's Moral Compass - The Diplomat

Finding China's Moral Compass - The Diplomat | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
Finding China's Moral CompassThe DiplomatLaws are no replacement for a society's moral compass. And neither is a new set of media regulations introduced by the Chinese government.
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Ethics from Within, Not from Above - Patheos

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Ethics from Within, Not from AbovePatheosBoth have failed to find the kind of near-universal agreement once provided by transcendental monotheism. For many secular thinkers, a kind of nihilism has taken over.
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Common Sense Realism and American natural law – Reforming Virtue

Common Sense Realism and American natural law. Following close on the heels of the announcement for UVA's conference on democratic piety, I just found another reason to mark my 2012 calendar: As part of Princeton ...
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Fighting for the soul of journalism | Center for Journalism Ethics

Fighting for the soul of journalism | Center for Journalism Ethics | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
Recent developments in the United States show that if journalists are unable to define who they are and how they differ from other media users, the public sphere will be filled by political partisans, bogus news organizations, ...
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Bilgrimage: Thomas Aquinas, Natural Law, and Occupy Wall Street

Bilgrimage: Thomas Aquinas, Natural Law, and Occupy Wall Street | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
But we almost never hear--certainly not from Mr. Dolan, president of the U.S. Catholic bishops' conference, and his Republican chums both in and outside the American Catholic hierarchy--about natural law as a basis for ...
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The End Of A Physics Worldview: Heraclitus And The Watershed Of Life : NPR

The End Of A Physics Worldview: Heraclitus And The Watershed Of Life : NPR | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
Heraclitus once said that life "bubbles forth" in a natural magic beyond the confines of entailing law and mathematization. We stand to be re-enchanted and may find our way beyond modernity to something very new.
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Adler on Moral Responsibility | The Radical Academy

Some thinkers place the source of moral obligation in the command of a superior power — the law of God or the state. Others contend that it is the inner voice of conscience, not merely superior power, which obliges us to obey ...
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A Utilitarian Foundation of Morality - Daniel James Sanchez - Mises ...

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Do you find utilitarianism convincing, or do you subscribe to natural-law or argumentation ethics instead? ... On the other hand they put forth arguments that can be characterized as "moral," "ethical," "principled," or "deontological.
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Kant's Theological-Political Revolution

On this basis the modern Epicureans find it possible to explain the existence of religion in modern scientific terms as something at once natural and perverse. Religion is .....
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Whether Secularism Implies Moral Subjectivism | John C. Wright's ...

Unless you are ready to say that there is a moral law obligating me against my will to act reverently toward love and its many splendid manifestations, merely saying love has innate value says nothing.
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The Myth of Moral Relativism | The Radical Academy

The Myth of Moral Relativism | The Radical Academy | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
For instance, in one survey where adults were asked if they agreed with the statement “there are no absolute standards for morals and ethics,” seventy-one percent said that they agreed with it.
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Inculcation of Ethics Through Education and Globalization Effects on ...

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The confusion that exists between rights and values on the one hand and between morals and ethics on the other lie at the heart of the debate on universal ethics, that is to say, universal ethics based on recognition of human rights.
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Research Work | Essay on Natural Law Ethics and Science

Research Work | Essay on Natural Law Ethics and Science | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
The contemplative division consisted of the pure sciences, but the practical enabled the human with moral actions. Though this trend was set many years ago, it still holds true today. Natural law ethics do govern what is allowed in science.
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To Those With a Conscience | The Moral Liberal

To Those With a Conscience | The Moral Liberal | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
I believe in the unseen moral laws just as I believe in the unseen physical laws. As one can learn and master the laws of gravity and aerodynamics to take flight into the atmosphere, so can one learn and master the laws of ...
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The Moral Foundations of Occupy Wall Street - Reason Online (blog)

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The Moral Foundations of Occupy Wall StreetReason Online (blog)They are less concerned than liberals about harm, but much more concerned about the moral foundations that bind groups and nations together, ie, loyalty (patriotism), authority (law and...
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The Scientific Revolution and Contemporary Ethics « Public Discourse

It is, however, precisely the notion of nature and human nature so central to the tradition of natural law ethics that is rejected by many who label themselves “progressives.” Instead, they often embrace a mechanistic view of the ...
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The Scientific Revolution and Contemporary Ethics « Public Discourse

Discussions about ethics and the kind of public policy that should follow from sound ethical principles can appear to be endless when there is fundamental disagreement about the first principles from which such discourse ...
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Is America incapable of conducting a moral foreign policy? - Foreign Policy (blog)

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Is America incapable of conducting a moral foreign policy?
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Adler on Sin | The Radical Academy - The Moral Liberal

But moral wrong is not exactly the same as sin. Moral knowledge and responsibility are possible apart from religious belief and the sense of sin. From a purely natural viewpoint, when man transgresses the moral law — in ...
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The F Word: Famine is the Real Obscenity (US)

Bono, George Clooney, Jessica Alba, Idris Elba and more unite behind ONE's new campaign to help focus the world's attention again on the famine and food cris...

Question: is this a universal moral obligation?
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Natural law and constitutional jurisprudence | The Locker Room

Natural law and constitutional jurisprudence | The Locker Room | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
Natural law and constitutional jurisprudence | The John Locke Foundation's Statewide Issues Blog.
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What are Moral Absolutes Like? by Jeremy Waldron :: SSRN

What are Moral Absolutes Like? by Jeremy Waldron :: SSRN | The Moral Law in Ethics | Scoop.it
This paper (originally presented as the Harvard Review of Philosophy Annual Guest Lecture in April 2011) explores the challenges involved in stating, characteri...
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Mirror of Justice: (Still) More on Natural Law and Judging: Baur ...

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(Still) More on Natural Law and Judging: Baur replies to Arkes. Prof. Michael Baur sends in this response (below) to a recent blog-contribution by Prof. Hadley Arkes: In Book IV of his Republic (at 435a), Plato suggests that it is ...
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