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social conscience

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsocial conscienceˌsocial ˈconscience noun [singular, uncountable]  if someone has a social conscience, they know about and want to help people who have problems in society, for example people who are poor or have family problems
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social conscienceBut whatever the motive, international business is at least waking up to the fact that a social conscience can be good for business.His social conscience, dulled by a sleepless night, was now barely alive.Answer: the growth of social conscience in the general mass of people.The government's social conscience inevitably raises questions about the balance between growth and welfare.Above all, Seymour sees the monster as an embodiment of Mary's social conscience.For all your social conscience you're a realist.
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