moral concepts

moral concepts
dorovės sąvokos statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Žodžiais išreiškiami gėrio ar blogio reiškiniai, pvz.: draugiškumas, gerumas, kuklumas, melas, patriotizmas, teisingumas, veidmainystė, vyriškumas ir kt. atitikmenys: angl. moral concepts vok. sittliche Begriffe rus. нравственные понятия

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