Ethical normativity and personal responsibility [4/4] - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Ethical normativity and personal responsibility [4/4]

[following from the norm for morality]
The truth about good naturally provokes the thought of having to be and act.
Moral conscience elevates the gaze to the world of values, abstracting concrete judgments to express the truth about well-acting, to indicate how to be good according to the ethical norm.
Before performing the act, one must think not to be detached from reality, but aimed at the ideal value.
The truth is in one's own duty, which shapes his or her image, to realize what he or she must be. -  email:
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