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    currently lacks satisfactory answers to these questions, these events make the topic impossible to ignore. Social psychologists may disagree on how morality should be discussed and what specifics should be left to philosophers, but it is rapidly becoming apparent that social psychologists have a role to play in figuring out some of these answers. Morality may always represent a clouded topic, but social psychologists are among the few capable of empirically studying some characteristics of it.…

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    Perception of Sins and the Theme of Morality in The Scarlet Letter In The Scarlet Letter, the perception of sin deviates from person to person. The deviation occurs on the severity of the sin that was committed and who committed the sin. Focusing on Hester and Dimmesdale, it is easy to compare the consequences of coping with the perception of their sins, on a private and a public level. The outcome of dealing with their sin is extremely different. The theme of morality affects Hester and…

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    are many different moral levels that people have. People use reasoning that can be identified with a particular stage on Kohlberg’s moral development hierarchy. The higher stages of morality are not usually achieved, according to Kohlberg. One play called Antigone, one character, name Antigone, has a high level of morality. In Antigone, written by Sophocles, he conveys various moral hierarchy stages through character traits, reasoning, and moral development within this character Antigone is…

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    Immanuel Kant On Morality

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    philosopher in particular gave me some insight on morality. That philosopher’s name is Immanuel Kant. My reasons for picking Kant reflect my personal view of morality and ethics. My first reason is Kant’s idea of morality is not solely tied to religion or god. I wanted to find an answer to explain why I still had moral values, while no longer having religion in my life. Another reason for my gravitation towards Kant is the idea of grounding morality in logic. Having the idea that being moral is…

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    In other parts of the Bible it argues that actually changing morality is perfectly moral in order to follow the laws of the day, for example Titus 3:1, “Remind them to be subject to rulers and authorities, to be obedient, to be ready to do whatever is…

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    Morality in art changed during the classical era. It went from not having an important rule in Rococo art to playing a major role in Neoclassical art. In Rococo art morals were not one of the most important thing. The enjoyment of the art was what was important. So in the art morals were not always expressed or were not the morals that people of the time should have. While, durning the Neoclassical it was very important to make sure the art had good morals. It was meant to inspire people to…

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    the ones to make the greatest impact on society, whether society agrees or disagrees with the individual. People with an inner voice and obligation to stand up for what they believe is morally right must find the courage to do so. Strength in morality is key in understanding the difference between right and wrong.…

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    If you had the ability to stop a crime before it happened are you morally pure because you stopped it or are you morally dirty because you refused to what needed to be done? How do we know what is moral and what is not? Morality consists of moral rules that you place on yourself. From research, I have learned that Kant, Mill, and Sarte all have solid views on what is right and wrong. Kant believes, “Only thing that is good without qualification is the good will.” The good will is the will to do…

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    A question of morality arises when deciding upon whether sacrificing a life to save a multitude of others is just. The issue is to be determined by the individual, it comes up to the how much someone values life. In a utilitarian view, everything must be done to protect the good of the masses. This is the situation that arose in Minority Report with Pre-Crime, by predicting murders and stopping them before they happened they prevented the anguish the murder created. Although they weren’t killed…

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    Wendell Berry On Morality

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    Part One/Question 1 Wendell Berry’s augment about morality shows that morality is universal; it is not a list of rules, but a way of life to be practiced. Morality is the possibility for people to flourish in happiness, while considering the implications of those actions for future generations. The outcomes of our happiness will not be seen as instant karma for our children, but by what world is left for them to flourish in. Moreover, this world is not ours, we are only temporary residents of…

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