Definition of moral science in English:

moral science

Syllabification: mor·al sci·ence

noun

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Social sciences and/or philosophy.
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  • Children may still have moral science classes, MBA students courses in business ethics, but few people believe that any of this classroom teaching has any relevance in daily life.
  • ‘A mother cleans the house,’ my five-year-old daughter read out aloud from her moral science text and looked at me expectantly for an explanation.
  • However, such dissociation is irrelevant to the cynics whose views of knowledge and truth do not allow for freedoms of speech and inquiry, and who are ideologically opposed to the moral sciences which establish ethical parameters.

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