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morality

noun
     
mo‧ral‧i‧ty [uncountable]
1 beliefs or ideas about what is right and wrong and about how people should behave:
public/private/personal morality
the decline in standards of personal morality
The authorities are protectors of public morality.
conventional/traditional morality
a lack of concern for conventional morality
2 the degree to which something is right or acceptable
morality of
a discussion on the morality of abortion

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