Watching her with children I learned that partial as they are to fun they are moved almost more profoundly by moral excellence
Our reputations as individuals, and as a team, are based upon this moral excellence
Referring to the honoured former Minister, the president said that Tasos Mitsopoulos Avenue would be the road that would remind everyone of Mitsopoulos' moral excellence
, honesty and humanitarian approach.
Human moral excellence
, conceived as a private, personal, individualized achievement is not enough.
The minister expressed the hope that the college would continue to maintain a high standard of educational, physical and moral excellence
for which it was very well known.
The goodness of the gods is always to be equated with their cosmic function since the order of the world is an expression of their moral excellence
As such, she intends to show how the behavior of Tolkien's heroes can inspire the reader and set examples of moral excellence
Aaron Stalnaker echoes caution on the embrace of skills, by acknowledging that while some skills could lead to moral excellence
, not all do.
Virtuous implies moral excellence
in character and conduct; righteous stresses guiltlessness or blamelessness and often suggests sanctimonious; and noble implies moral eminence and freedom from anything petty, mean, or dubious in conduct and character (moral, 2011).
of Canterbury) take virtue in its standard Greek definition of moral excellence
that takes various personal and public forms, and argue that it characterizes emerging forms of openness such as open source, open access, open archiving, and open publishing.
As tools to be used in achieving moral excellence
of OHPs, codes of ethics can be evaluated with respect to their understanding, communication, implementation and impact.
119), when a person realizes that the heights of moral excellence
require more than he or she is ready to take on.