moral consciousness

moral consciousness
dorovinė sąmonė statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Vaizdinių, idėjų, pažiūrų, įsitikinimų, idealų, motyvų visuma, apibūdinanti asmenybės dorovinį kryptingumą. Skiriama visuomeninė dorovinė sąmonė (moralė) ir individuali dorovinė sąmonė. atitikmenys: angl. moral consciousness vok. sittliches Bewußtsein rus. нравственное сознание

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