NDA Didache Series Morality Ch. 17
Morality Ch. 17
False accusation, done maliciously to cause damage.
Revealing the hidden faults of another person to someone who has no right to know about them, thus damaging or destroying his good reputation.
A lack of correspondence between what one thinks and what one says.
Respect or good reputation that is acquired through the practice of virtue or heroic acts. The quality that brings people to be guided by the most elevated moral norms.
Reality that exists outside of a person's intellect, and that is independent of his acknowledgement of its existence.
The theory of knowledge that justly values the role of reason and the reality of objects in themselves outside the mind.
The good or bad opinion commonly held about another person.
Making amends for a wrong done or for an offense, especially for sin, which is an offense against God.
The return of what has been unjustly taken from another.
Destroying the honor or fame of another by accusing him of something of which he is not guilty.
The theory of knowledge that exaggerates the function of reason, placing it above the objectivity of what is known.
Respect for other people, though their ideas may not be respected.
The correlation between the idea in one's mind and external reality.
Truthfulness; the disposition of a person to tell the truth.
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