an attitude of sensitivity toward and sense of responsibility regarding injustice and problems in society
It has indelible characters, a social conscience—and an unputdownable yarn.
Purchasing a heritage breed turkey has become a Thanksgiving tradition for many cooks with a social conscience.
The world may take longer, but an afternoon later, there was progress in the social conscience of at least one young boy.
“Unlike the incumbent, I am a fiscal conservative with a social conscience,” he wrote.
Clooney is a handsome, charming guy with artistic ambitions and a social conscience, so how can you not be for him?
And you've this 'social conscience' with which the younger generation is cursed.
I don't want to imply that Baroja writes with his social conscience.
Therefore this oppression at least would have to be lightened, before the social conscience could be at ease.
As Beatrice had said, the "social conscience" was keen in him.
Before the war, in spite of much enlightenment of the social conscience, unity between classes was still far to seek.