moralism definition

  • noun:
    • A conventional ethical maxim or mindset.
    • The act or practice of moralizing.
    • frequently excessive issue for morality.
    • The act or practice of moralizing.
    • A maxim or saying embodying a moral truth.
    • A maxim or saying embodying a moral truth.
    • A moral maxim or saying; ethical advice or guidance; ethical sermonizing; inculcation of morality.
    • The rehearse of morality as distinct from faith; the consumption of religion in mere morality.
    • a propensity to moralize; a practice of moralizing.
    • a moral maxim
    • judgments about another person's morality

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