The first half of the book is concerned about the science of happiness and the morality of capitalism.
In Ferguson, these values are seen as white values, the morality a white morality.
Sharon Begley reveals why scary flicks give us a powerful feeling of catharsis and reinforce old-fashioned beliefs about morality.
I'm going to start wearing the chador [a head-to-toe cloth covering] because I'm afraid of the morality police.
On questions of morality, the hearings prove that the two sides inhabit entirely different planets.
morality is morality, just because it possesses an absolute authoritativeness which they lack.
Aspasia remained in Athens, triumphant over the laws of religion and morality.
Is the morality of your west of London any better than the east?
An ancient school where morality and philosophy were taught.
I cannot remember that the morality, or thought, or devotion of a single passage ever struck me on these occasions.
late 14c., "moral qualities," from Old French moralité "moral (of a story); moral instruction; morals, moral character" (13c.) and directly from Late Latin moralitatem (nominative moralitas) "manner, character," from Latin moralis (see moral (adj.)). Meaning "goodness" is attested from 1590s.
Where there is no free agency, there can be no morality. Where there is no temptation, there can be little claim to virtue. Where the routine is rigorously proscribed by law, the law, and not the man, must have the credit of the conduct. [William H. Prescott, "History of the Conquest of Peru," 1847]