Category Archives: morals and ethics

Where Are the Heroes?

“Hero” “A man noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his life”: from The American Heritage Dictionary.  Today the description should be modified by replacing “man” with “person” and “his” with … Continue reading

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In Memorium: George H.W. Bush

This was a special man. He showed courage throughout his lifetime along with honesty, integrity, dedication, grace, competence, compassion, charity, friendliness and a love of life that he was quick to share with others.  He was fortunate to find in … Continue reading

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A Matter of Morality

The concept of ethical and moral relevancy appears to have been firmly implanted in contemporary American society due to the continuing efforts of a “new social class” that emerged in Europe during the period 1749-1889, as described in an essay penned by … Continue reading

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