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FATHER
ILLICIT
PROMISCUOUS
DEONTOLOGY
IMMORAL CONDUCT
INHERENTLY IMMORAL
IMMORAL BEHAVIOR
LOOSE
INTEREST
EXCUSE
INVENTIONS
BUDDHISM
DHARMA
CRIMINAL
MONEY
RELIGION
BELIEFS
SAYING
DOING
WRONG
CORRUPT
TRACTS
SLAVERY
SOCIETY
UNJUST
CRIME
PROSTITUTION
BELIEF SYSTEM
ACTIONS
WEALTH
AMERICANS
NAZISM
WAR
ATHEISTS
GOD
IGNORANT
RIGHT
LIBERTARIANISM
ANARCHISTS
STATE POWER
ACT
ILLEGAL
MURDER
ADULTERY
IDEA
HERETICAL
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Father

  1. His father, Heinrich Kepler, was "an immoral, rough and quarrelsome soldier," according to Kepler, and he described his mother in similar unflattering terms. (Web site)

Illicit

  1. To Kumpul kebo in Indonesia is considered immoral and sometimes illicit. (Web site)

Promiscuous

  1. On the other hand, the emotional discipline that he maintained meant that he could exile his darling daughter ruthlessly for being promiscuous and immoral. (Web site)

Deontology

  1. His line of attack on deontology is first to show that constraints are invariably immoral, and then to show that options are immoral without constraints. (Web site)

Immoral Conduct

  1. The gods were quite displeased at the immoral conduct of these kings in Troy, and especially by the destruction of their temples. (Web site)

Inherently Immoral

  1. A minority of people, however, argue that taxation is inherently immoral.

Immoral Behavior

  1. Only individuals are capable of moral or immoral behavior. (Web site)

Loose

  1. But, they make divine characters like 'Draupadi ' speak and do 'filthy',loose and immoral acts. (Web site)

Interest

  1. Tiberius lost interest in her and retired to Rhodes, during which time Julia was banished by her father for her immoral behavior. (Web site)

Excuse

  1. Punks often object to patriotism as being used as an excuse for governments to act in immoral ways.
  2. But his efforts to rehabilitate the Rosenbergs are both ahistorical and immoral, and his supporters, lacking his infamous parents, lack his excuse. (Web site)

Inventions

  1. Inventions, which have immoral uses, are not accepted to be useful.
  2. Nor can you patent inventions having illicit or immoral purposes.

Buddhism

  1. Therefore, homosexuality as such is not considered immoral in Buddhism or against the third Precept.
  2. More specifically, the concept deals with the prohibitions against immoral behavior that are practiced by monks and nuns in Buddhism.

Dharma

  1. Ruling out immoral acts any activity that is useful and productive in promoting the happiness of others can certainly go together with practicing the Dharma. (Web site)

Criminal

  1. Ravachol held that property was immoral and that criminal acts, such as robbery and forgery, furthered the anarchist cause.
  2. The young man doesn't see how he is responsible for many of his criminal and immoral behavior. (Web site)

Money

  1. Interest, the price of borrowed money, is determined by the supply and demand for capital and is not immoral. (Web site)
  2. Believing that inherited wealth was immoral, Russell gave most of his money away to his university. (Web site)

Religion

  1. Roman sources nowhere report Nero's alleged conversion to Judaism, a religion considered by the Romans as extremely barbaric and immoral.
  2. The Free Software Foundation sees its cause as a religion, and proprietary software as immoral, the writer says.

Beliefs

  1. Any set of beliefs that is spread by force is fundamentally immoral; it is no longer a religion, but a political ideology.

Saying

  1. They also have some traditional criticisms of romantic marriage, saying that it is short-term, overly based on sexual lust, or immoral.

Doing

  1. Some felt that opposing Britain in its life-death struggle was immoral, and others felt that Gandhi wasn't doing enough. (Web site)
  2. Some felt that opposing Britain in its life or death struggle was immoral, and others felt that Gandhi wasn't doing enough. (Web site)

Wrong

  1. Malum prohibitum is a "thing which is wrong because prohibited: an act which is not inherently immoral,.

Corrupt

  1. With the exception of Pope Alexanded VI already mentioned, many of these popes were in fact neither corrupt nor immoral.

Tracts

  1. Lessons in these tracts have included Chick's view that evolution is false and that homosexual acts and celebrating Halloween are immoral.

Slavery

  1. Some find it baffling that Thomas Jefferson owned slaves yet was outspoken in saying that slavery was immoral and it should be abolished.

Society

  1. It would become a fallacy if one proceeded from the first premise to argue, for example, that drunk driving is immoral or bad for society.

Unjust

  1. They may be personally more noble or heroic than an anti-hero but the means to achieve their ends are often considered immoral, unjust, even evil.

Crime

  1. First degree murder is the most serious and the crime is considered especially immoral or dangerous.

Prostitution

  1. Later, linking dance with immoral trafficking and prostitution, British rule prohibited public performance of dance.

Belief System

  1. So in such a belief system the game of dice between the Pandavas and Kauravas would have been immoral to begin with. (Web site)
  2. Mahabharata's Draupadi would be considered an immoral woman by that belief system.

Actions

  1. One of the most important implications of deontology is that praiseworthy goals can never justify the immoral actions; ends do not justify the means. (Web site)
  2. Officers such as Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg and Wilhelm Canaris were unhappy with actions of the Hitler regime which they saw as immoral.
  3. In a few instances, persons have la-beled these actions as character defects in need of psychocounseling or as immoral behavior which should be repented.

Wealth

  1. Other critics argue that inequality may necessary but that the distribution of wealth and earnings is unfair, dysfunctinal, or immoral in capitalism.
  2. Obtaining wealth in immoral ways and using it to harmful ends are two evils associated with wealth.

Americans

  1. If his reasoning is valid, either it is not very immoral to value small luxuries over saving many lives, or many Americans are very immoral.
  2. Members worked to convince Americans that slavery was immoral and argued for immediate emancipation.

Nazism

  1. Hitler, the Nazi Party and the results of Nazism are typically and culturally regarded as immoral.

War

  1. Pacifists believe that war is inherently immoral and that no war should ever be fought.
  2. The principle of utility is implied in Krishna’s justification of immoral means to prevent the evil Kauravas from winning the war. (Web site)

Atheists

  1. Atheists are often imagined to be intolerant, immoral, depressed, blind to the beauty of nature and dogmatically closed to evidence of the supernatural.

God

  1. In Persian mythology, a demon of enormous power, a ruthless and immoral god of war.
  2. In the Judeo-Christian value system, God is the source of moral values and therefore what is moral and immoral transcends personal or societal opinion.
  3. In the afterlife, God will reward moral behavior and punish immoral behavior.

Ignorant

  1. They reported that the Welsh as a nation were dirty, lazy, ignorant, superstitious, deceitful, promiscuous and immoral. (Web site)

Right

  1. Billionaires have the right to fund this new field, says a senior analyst at the group, Carrie Gordon Earll, but she adds that all such research is immoral.

Libertarianism

  1. The core doctrine of libertarianism begins with the recognition that people have certain natural rights and that deprivation of these rights is immoral.

Anarchists

  1. Neither was he as egalitarian as most anarchists are, but he simply thought that discrimination on grounds other than ability was immoral. (Web site)

State Power

  1. Libertarianism is Rothbard's radical alternative that says state power is unworkable and immoral and ought to be curbed and finally overthrown. (Web site)

Act

  1. It is considered a sin or immoral act in many religions, and a crime in some jurisdictions. (Web site)
  2. Spokespeople for all the organized denominations of Judaism denounced his act as immoral and as terrorism. (Web site)
  3. And to act so is immoral." Direct action Direct action, an important philosophical component of anarchism, is also common within the animal rights movement. (Web site)

Illegal

  1. Some have speculated that Valentino also supported himself by illegal or immoral means, perhaps as a sexual predator. (Web site)
  2. I recently published an article praising members of the U.S. military who publicly refuse to serve in Iraq or simply go AWOL from an illegal and immoral war. (Web site)

Murder

  1. A crime that is malum in se is “[ a] crime or an act that is inherently immoral, such as murder, arson, or rape[,]” Black's Law Dictionary 971 (7th ed.
  2. Frequently, issues of social policy and morality overlap, as with murder which is both socially prohibited and immoral.
  3. A contract for immoral purposes or to commit a serious crime such as murder would be void or unenforceable. (Web site)

Adultery

  1. God will surely judge people who are immoral and those who commit adultery. (Web site)

Idea

  1. By introducing the idea that slavery is immoral, abolitionists radicalized this great movement.
  2. Anyone susceptible to immoral actions from the idea of determinism was susceptible before and does not hold strong moral judgment prior to the idea.

Heretical

  1. In the Middle Ages, the idea of a vacuum was thought to be immoral or even heretical.

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  5. Unethical

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