Morality as the proper field of ethics - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Morality as the proper field of ethics

The experience of duty is personal, linked to acting or not acting in the presence of others.
It is also linked to the morality of the realized or missed objective.
The person inwardly lives duty, cannot be separated from it, and knows that becoming good or bad depends on one’s own acts.
The pronouncement in favor of good and against evil generates a moral duty to act well and in a good way.
This is a lived fact of morality, which is reflected and conditioned; it exists and it is appreciated in the conscience, according to the original values of the act.
The judgment of conscience makes the person aware of the evil and of guilt by means of the experience to feel the missing fulfilment of his or her own duty.
That confirms that the act tends to something for a moral duty. -  email:
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