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'''Morals''' are the [[principle]]s of right conduct.  In general, they are used by people toward living among other people.  When everyone agrees to what is right, life goes along more smoothly.  Governments use [[law]] to enforce morals, but civilization couldn't stand if individuals had no morals at all.
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== Sources of Moral Guidance ==
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There are many sources of moral guidance used by many different groups of people; each groups sees their sets of morals as supreme. [[Western civilization]] in general is largely based on the [[Ten Commandments]] (and to a wider extent the [[Bible]]), the set of morals for [[Judaism]] and [[Christianity]]. [[Islam|Muslims]] derive their morals from the [[Koran]], another widely used source of moral guidance. [[Buddhist]]s derive their morality from the Buddhist Sutras (scriptures) and the [[Five Precept]]s.
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==See also==
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* [[Morality]]
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* [[Moral Zeitgeist]]
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* [[Moral relativity]]
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* [[Moral degeneration]]
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* [[Good and evil]]
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* [[Postmodernism]]
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* [[Liberal denial]]
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* [[Liberal arrogance]]
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* [[Anthropological Revolution]]
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Revision as of 13:02, 1 June 2018

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