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Jehovah's Witnesses' refusal of blood: obedience to scripture and religious conscience. (1/41)Jehovah's Witnesses are students of the Bible. They refuse transfusions out of obedience to the scriptural directive to abstain and keep from blood. Dr Muramoto disagrees with the Witnesses' religious beliefs in this regard. Despite this basic disagreement over the meaning of Biblical texts, Muramoto flouts the religious basis for the Witnesses' position. His proposed policy change about accepting transfusions in private not only conflicts with the Witnesses' fundamental beliefs but it promotes hypocrisy. In addition, Muramoto's arguments about pressure to conform and coerced disclosure of private information misrepresent the beliefs and practices of Jehovah's Witnesses and ignore the element of individual conscience. In short, Muramoto resorts to distortion and uncorroborated assertions in his effort to portray a matter of religious faith as a matter of medical ethical debate. (+info)
Informed consent for emergency contraception: variability in hospital care of rape victims. (2/41)There is growing concern that rape victims are not provided with emergency contraceptives in many hospital emergency rooms, particularly in Catholic hospitals. In a small pilot study, we examined policies and practices relating to providing information, prescriptions, and pregnancy prophylaxis in emergency rooms. We held structured telephone interviews with emergency department personnel in 58 large urban hospitals, including 28 Catholic hospitals, from across the United States. Our results showed that some Catholic hospitals have policies that prohibit the discussion of emergency contraceptives with rape victims, and in some of these hospitals, a victim would learn about the treatment only by asking. Such policies and practices are contrary to Catholic teaching. More seriously, they undermine a victim's right to information about her treatment options and jeopardize physicians' fiduciary responsibility to act in their patients' best interests. We suggest that institutions must reevaluate their restrictive policies. If they fail to do so, we believe that state legislation requiring hospitals to meet the standard of care for treatment of rape victims is appropriate. (+info)
Medical paternalism and the fetus. (3/41)A number of developments in the medical field have changed the debate about the ethics of abortion. These developments include: advances in fetal physiology, the increase in neonatal intensive care and the survival rates of premature infants. This paper discusses the idea of selective termination and the effects that these decisions have on disabled people of today. It presents a critique of the counselling services that are provided for the parents of a disabled fetus and discusses how this is viewed from a social perspective. The article ends with an argument that the mother deserves to be autonomous in the decision of abortion. The easiest and most fair way to develop her autonomy is to consider the relationship between a professional and a mother as an expert-expert relationship. Here both parties are considered experts in diagnostic information, treatment options, possibilities, and their history, family roots, philosophy and way of life, respectively. (+info)
The place for individual conscience. (4/41)From a liberationist, feminist, and Catholic point of view, this article attempts to understand the decision of abortion. People are constantly testing their principles and values against the question of abortion. Advances in technology, the rise of communitarianism and the rejection of individualism, and the commodification of children are factors in the way in which the abortion debate is being constructed in society. The paper offers solutions to end the ugliness of the abortion debate by suggesting that we would be able to progress further on the issue of abortion if we looked for the good in the opposing viewpoint. The article continues with a discussion of Catholics For a Free Choice's position on abortion, and notes firstly that there is no firm position within the Catholic Church on when the fetus becomes a person; secondly that the principle of probablism in Roman Catholicism holds that where the church cannot speak definitively on a matter of fact (in this case, on the personhood of the fetus), the consciences of individual Catholics must be primary and respected, and thirdly that the absolute prohibition on abortion by the church is not infallible. In conclusion, only the woman herself can make the abortion decision. (+info)
Artificial feeding for severely disoriented, elderly patients. (6/41)The issue of artificial feeding for patients with dementia who refuse feeding by hand is a wrenching emotional problem that can cloud clinical judgement. It is helpful to apply an analytic approach to decision making. There are five steps: gathering a comprehensive clinical database; defining the goal of treatment; knowing the treatment options available, their burdens and potential benefits; understanding the law; and defining the moral framework in which care is being given. Such an approach can be used to formulate a plan of treatment in the best interests of incompetent elderly patients who cannot speak for themselves. (+info)
The contribution of embarrassment to phobic dental anxiety: a qualitative research study. (7/41)BACKGROUND: Embarrassment is emphasized, yet scantily described as a factor in extreme dental anxiety or phobia. Present study aimed to describe details of social aspects of anxiety in dental situations, especially focusing on embarrassment phenomena. METHODS: Subjects (Ss) were consecutive specialist clinic patients, 16 men, 14 women, 20-65 yr, who avoided treatment mean 12.7 yr due to anxiety. Electronic patient records and transcribed initial assessment and exit interviews were analyzed using QSR"N4" software to aid in exploring contexts related to social aspects of dental anxiety and embarrassment phenomena. Qualitative findings were co-validated with tests of association between embarrassment intensity ratings, years of treatment avoidance, and mouth-hiding behavioral ratings. RESULTS: Embarrassment was a complaint in all but three cases. Chief complaints in the sample: 30% had fear of pain; 47% cited powerlessness in relation to dental social situations, some specific to embarrassment and 23% named co-morbid psychosocial dysfunction due to effects of sexual abuse, general anxiety, gagging, fainting or panic attacks. Intense embarrassment was manifested in both clinical and non-clinical situations due to poor dental status or perceived neglect, often (n = 9) with fear of negative social evaluation as chief complaint. These nine cases were qualitatively different from other cases with chief complaints of social powerlessness associated with conditioned distrust of dentists and their negative behaviors. The majority of embarrassed Ss to some degree inhibited smiling/laughing by hiding with lips, hands or changed head position. Secrecy, taboo-thinking, and mouth-hiding were associated with intense embarrassment. Especially after many years of avoidance, embarrassment phenomena lead to feelings of self-punishment, poor self-image/esteem and in some cases personality changes in a vicious circle of anxiety and avoidance. Embarrassment intensity ratings were positively correlated with years of avoidance and degree of mouth-hiding behaviors. CONCLUSIONS: Embarrassment is a complex dental anxiety manifestation with qualitative differences by complaint characteristics and perceived intensity. Some cases exhibited manifestations similar to psychiatric criteria for social anxiety disorder as chief complaint, while most manifested embarrassment as a side effect. (+info)
Aaron O. Wells, MD and the Medical Committee for Human Rights: reflections on a life of conscience. (8/41)The southern civil rights movement compelled Dr. Aaron Wells and other doctors to find ways to use their skills in support of that movement. Through the Medical Committee for Human Rights (MCHR), healthcare workers provided a medical presence for civil rights protesters in the south during the 1960s. Formed at a time when racial segregation in professional medical associations, hospitals, and medical education was common, the MCHR also highlighted race-based inequities in American medicine. Dr. Wells, a man who lives a life of activism, was the first national president of the MCHR. During the summer of 2002, nearly 40 years after the founding of MCHR, Wells was interviewed about his experiences. Those reminiscences are the basis of this article. (+info)
Conscience - Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities
This entry will expound the main features of the notion of conscience as it is used in philosophical discussion, religious teaching and in common language alike. The perspective adopted here will be theoretical, rather than historical. The entry focuses on the Western tradition and some examples are drawn from Christian sources. The entry is structured around four possible, but not mutually exclusive, ways of conceptualizing conscience. These will be preceded by an introductory section outlining the pluralistic, morally neutral and subjective nature of the concept of conscience. The four main aspects of conscience that will be described are the following. Section 2 discusses conscience as a faculty for self-knowledge and self-assessment. Section 3 presents the epistemic aspect of conscience that allows the formation of moral beliefs, distinguishing the different possible sources of moral principles that inform such beliefs. In section 4, conscience will be described as a motivational force or as the
Alexander Prusss Blog: Culpably mistaken conscience
Of course all of this argument was predicated on the assumption that inculpably mistaken conscience gives rise to duties, and perhaps a reader may want to now revisit that assumption. But I think the assumption is true, leaving us with the conclusion that mistaken conscience gives rise to duties whether or not the mistake is culpable.. Now lets turn the case about. Suppose that both Fred and Sally follow their respective mistaken consciences and therefore embezzle. What should we say? Should we say that they did nothing wrong? It seems we shouldnt say that they did nothing wrong, for if they did nothing wrong then their consciences werent mistaken, which they were. So lets accept (though I have a long-shot idea that Ive talked about elsewhere that might get out of this) that they both did wrong. Thus, as in Mark Murphys account of conscience, they were in the unhappy position that whatever they did would be wrong: by embezzling they defraud their employer and by not embezzling they violate ...
Stress of conscience and burnout among healthcare personnel in elderly care
The project includes two parts: 1. In two healthcare organisations for elderly care describe healthcare personnels perceptions of conscience, degree of stress of conscience, burnout scores, assessment of social support and person-centred climate, analyse the relationship between these variables, highlight any differences over time and compare within and between the healthcare organisations. Healthcare organisation A (Christian values, multicultural healthcare personnel, private mode of operation, and urban) and healthcare organisation B (secular values, culturally homogeneous personnel, municipal mode of operation, and small town). Reasonably stress of conscience is linked to fundamental values and cultural backgrounds and the mode of operation has been discussed. 2. Intervention in homes for elderly in health care organisations A and B aiming to, in cooperation with healthcare personnel, find ways to constructively deal with stress of conscience. The project is anchored and implemented in ...
Webinar: The doctors conscience - John Wyatt
The conscience is a challenging and complex concept, especially when applied to the work of a physician. In philosophy, the conscience is a highly contested notion, but it exists in Biblical thinking as an essential part of our humanity - and a reflection of being made in the image of God. In August 2021 I took part in a webinar for the International Christian Medical and Dental Association exploring how Christian healthcare professionals should understand and use their conscience in their work. You can watch it below:. ...
Notes toward an understanding of freedom of conscience
1. . . . pharmacists do not have the right to deny the publics right to obtain legal professional services. Archer, Frank, Religious Conscience Should not Outweigh Professional Obligations to Patients. National Post, 18 July, 2010. (Accessed 2012-03-07). 2. The President of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario offered the following comment during a controversy about freedom of conscience in medicine: In our society, we all pay taxes for this medical system to receive services . . . And if a citizen or taxpayer goes to access those services and they are blocked from receiving legitimate services by a physician, we dont feel thats acceptable. Laidlaw, Stuart,Does faith have a place in medicine? Toronto Star, 18 September, 2008. (Accessed 2012-03-05). 3. Cook RJ, Dickens BM, In Response. J.Obstet Gyanecol Can, February, 2004; 26(2)112.. 4. Cook RJ, Dickens BM, Access to emergency contraception [letter] J.Obstet Gynaecol Can 2004; 26(8):706. 5. Dr. James Robert Brown, a ...
Contraceptives Conscience Clause Subject of House Hearing
Chair Joe Pitts (R-PA) said, On August 3, 2011, the Department of Health and Human Services [HHS] issued an interim final rule that would require nearly all private health plans to cover contraception and sterilization as part of their preventive services for women. While the rule does include a religious exemption, many entities feel that it is inadequate and violates their conscience rights by forcing them to provide coverage for services for which they have a moral or ethical objection. The religious employer exemption allowed under the preventive services rule - at the discretion of the HRSA [Health Resources and Services Administration] - is very narrow. And the definition offers no conscience protection to individuals, schools, hospitals, or charities that hire or serve people of all faiths in their communities. It is ironic that the proponents of the health care law talked about the need to expand access to services, but the administration issues rules that could force providers to stop ...
Illinois governor and health conscience bill | BoardGameGeek | BoardGameGeek
Conscience Protections For Health Care Personnel In Illinois last week, Republican Governor Bruce Rauner signed SB 1564 (full text), amending the states Health Care Right of Conscience Act. The new Act requires health care facilities to adopt written protocols that assure conscience-based objections by medical personnel will not
The Voice of Conscience - Truth Consciousness
Available in CD or Digital DownloadWhether we heed conscience or not is our choice, but resulting karmas are binding upon us. Living by conscience rather than intellect.Sample Audio ...
The big news this week comes from the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights and deals with conscience rights. HHS issued an updated rule that will apply to all programs funded in whole or in part by the department. In January 2018, following the launch of its new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division, HHS announced the proposed conscience rule. OCR received over 242,000 public comments and analyzed and carefully considered all comments submitted from the public on the proposed conscience regulation before finalizing it.. This final rule, implemented this week, replaces a 2011 rule and ensures that HHS implements the full set of tools appropriate for enforcing the conscience protections passed by Congress. These federal laws protect providers, individuals, and other health care entities from having to provide, participate in, pay for, provide coverage of, or refer for, services such as abortion, sterilization, or assisted suicide. It also includes conscience ...
Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom | Visit Tulsa
|p||em|Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom|/em|, curated by the GRAMMY Museum® in Los Angeles, examines the role music has played in informing and inspiring social consciousness throughout American history. Charting a path from spirituals that were sung by enslaved people in America and the labor movement struggles that Woody Guthrie wrote about in songs like “1913 Massacre,” to the mass movement of music and art that helped to stir action during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, to the continued fight for racial justice in America today, the exhibit spans time and genre to tell the stories of music’s role as a source of inspiration and an educator.|/p| |p|The original Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom special exhibit was first on display at the GRAMMY Museum® when it opened in Los Angeles in 2008. In the 13 years since that initial run, the exhibit has been updated to include the growing Black Lives Matter movement and how music from artists like
It s about conscience, stupid; not consciousness | Naked Science Forum
It s about conscience, stupid; not consciousness Why has the English language not coined a word that speaks to the concept of conscience without the confusi...
What or where does conscience stem from?
Of course, conscience is the consciousness of the moral right or wrong of ones own acts or motives. This is not about consciousness in a sense of being aware that youre conscious, nor is it about whether you believe there is a such thing as right or wrong due to label & title beliefs...it is about the question: Was you born into this world with a sense of conscience or did you learn it from your surroundings and/or surrounding influential beings and/or environmental fear factors, such as thunder, for example, that may have scared you into a state of thinking there may be some other ultimate form of order? Whats the difference? Mother nature or your parents? The question may seem simple when first read, but it all depends on how far your memory can go back ...
Court Protects Children, Conscience Rights | Commonwealth Policy Center
Healthcare workers concerned about being forced to participate in procedures and therapies that violate their conscience and sound medical practices got a reprieve from a federal court. The Federal Court for the Northern District in Texas ruled on behalf of health care providers whod be forced to facilitate sex-change operations and hormone therapy, even on children. The federal mandate was promulgated under Barack Obamas Affordable Care Act. The ruling was a big victory for conscience rights for doctors, nurses, and pharmacists. Its also a victory for good medicine. After all, what medical provider would alter otherwise healthy body parts and engage in irreversible changes on minor children who really cannot comprehend the decision theyre making at such a young age.. ...
Responding to a Weak Conscience - Southside Church of Christ in Fort Myers
Podcast: Play in new window , Download. The Lords church is a diverse place. Jesus has always sought for unity among His people. He prayed for it in John 17. Paul called on Christians to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. (Eph. 4:3). Yet we know that there is great diversity. Does that mean there must be disunity? It depends on the nature of the diversity. Some distinctions among Christians may be beneficial. Some may not need to create disunity. Young - Old, experienced - new, different social backgrounds, different traditions, different levels of faith.. Paul encourages Christians at Corinthto recognize the differing levels of faith or consciences that exist among them. He encourages them to not allow these differences to bring disunity. In order for unity to prevail Christians must learn to respond properly to the weak conscience of their brothers and sisters. I Corinthians 8 is synopsis of the proper response:. ...
Méditation de pleine conscience et trouble de stress post-traumatique : état des connaissances et revue non exhaustive de la...
La méditation de pleine conscience (ou mindfulness) est un état de conscience modifié, issu de la tradition religieuse de lInde antique, hindouiste et bouddhiste. Elle est récemment devenue une pratique méditative laïcisée et occidentale, et sinscrit dans de nombreux programmes thérapeutiques. Il sagit dune pratique méditative, centrée sur linstant présent, dans lacceptation de lexpérience et sans porter de jugement. En raison de ses caractéristiques intrinsèques, la méditation pourrait être bénéfique aux patients souffrant de trouble de stress post-traumatique. Bien que ce trouble soit le plus souvent dévolution favorable, il persiste chez près de 20 % des patients au-delà de 5 ans, avec un risque important de développer des comorbidités telles que la dépression ou le trouble de lusage. Les psychothérapies centrées sur le traumatisme sont proposées en première ligne, mais sont pour encore un bon nombre de patients insuffisantes. Lobjectif de ce travail est de
Sources of burnout among healthcare employees as perceived by managers.
The overall purpose of this thesis is to investigate whether there is an association between stress of conscience - that is, stress related to a troubled conscience - and burnout, and to obtain an enhanced understanding of factors related to stress of conscience and burnout in healthcare. Of the four studies included, one uses qualitative research methods and the others use quantitative research methods. The data are based on cross-sectional questionnaire studies (I, II, and IV) and open-ended interviews (III).. We could find no existing suitable instrument for measuring troubled conscience in healthcare, and so we constructed and tested the Stress of Conscience Questionnaire (SCQ) (I), a nine-item instrument for assessing stressful situations and the degree to which they trouble the conscience. We included 164 participants in the pilot studies, an additional 444 in the main analysis, and 55 in the test-retest verification. Participants had various occupational backgrounds and were ...
Troubled conscience related to deficiencies in providing individualised meal schedule in residential care for older people : a...
Food and mealtimes should be adapted to the older persons individual needs and desires, a fact that is often ignored in favour of a functional mealtime organisation. This study was grounded in participatory action research (PAR), and the aim of the study was to illuminate a PAR process to assist care providers in constructively dealing with their troubled conscience generated from perceived shortcomings in providing an individualised meal schedule in residential care for older people. Care providers and their manager participated in twelve PAR sessions. The participants troubled conscience was eased by reflecting on and sharing their thoughts about their perception of a lack of individualised meal schedule and a lack of opportunities for meaningful interventions. The researchers in PAR became the bridge between the care providers and the management that was needed to improve individualised mealtime schedule. This study pinpoints how difficult it can be to make small changes in a rigid ...
Center On Conscience & War
Mission: CCW is a non-profit organization that advocates for the rights of conscience, opposes military conscription, and serves all conscientious objectors to war. CCW works to extend and defend the rights of conscientious objectors (COs) - those who oppose their participation in war, including members of the US military who, following a crisis of conscience, seek discharge as conscientious objectors. CCW also assists others who oppose their participation in war and the preparation for war, including youth required to register with Selective Service; individuals seeking US Citizenship who wish to take the alternative, nonviolent oath; and citizens of other countries facing mandatory military service. CCW opposes conscription, and, in the event of an active military draft, CCW will assist in the placement of conscientious objectors in alternative service programs, as we did in previous draft years.. CCW, formerly the National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors (NISBCO), ...
Prisoner of conscience Synonyms, Prisoner of conscience Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
Synonyms for prisoner of conscience at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.
The Truth Will Make You Free: BXVI on Newman - Roman Curia 12/22/2010
The driving force that impelled Newman along the path of conversion was conscience. But what does this mean? In modern thinking, the word conscience signifies that for moral and religious questions, it is the subjective dimension, the individual, that constitutes the final authority for decision. The world is divided into the realms of the objective and the subjective. To the objective realm belong things that can be calculated and verified by experiment. Religion and morals fall outside the scope of these methods and are therefore considered to lie within the subjective realm. Here, it is said, there are in the final analysis no objective criteria. The ultimate instance that can decide here is therefore the subject alone, and precisely this is what the word conscience expresses: in this realm only the individual, with his intuitions and experiences, can decide. Newmans understanding of conscience is diametrically opposed to this. For him, conscience means mans capacity for truth: the ...
lifeissues.net | Respect for Conscience Must Be a Social Value
Michael Cook reports that new legislation in Victoria, Australia, decriminalises abortion and forces doctors with a conscientious objection to refer a woman to a doctor who will do an abortion. In the event of an emergency abortion . . . regardless of their moral qualms, doctors must do [an abortion] themselves. Victorian nurses will be in an even worse predicament. They must participate in an abortion if ordered by their boss. The same scenario, in a somewhat softer version, is being played out in the United States and Canada. Here, codes of professional conduct or regulations, rather than legislation, are being proposed to limit freedom of conscience rights with respect to abortion.
2-party system: No choice but evil
When dealing with matters of conscience, knowledge of material facts is not the only consideration for good judgment. Moral conscience demands that facts be viewed, ordered and prioritized in light of the principles that distinguish right from wrong and good actions from bad. Where conscience is concerned, information is a term that cannot be understood without reference to those principles, and the substantive process of deliberation through which a conscientious person translates them into decision and action. When a conscientious individual changes his mind about a matter of conscience, our respect for his integrity demands an explanation that justifies the change in terms of this moral due process.. This is especially true when dealing with the issues of deep moral consequence that confront this generation of Americans. Though its often ignored these days, good conscience is an essential component of happiness. The people who agitate for abortion rights and gay rights do so at least in ...
Testimony Re: Abortion Non-Discrimination Act: Lynn D. Wardle, J.D
The history of protection of conscience in America is directly relevant to the protection of rights of conscience of health care providers in three ways. First, protection for rights of conscience underlie and historically preceded the First Amendment. In June, 1776, even before the Declaration of Independence, the Virginia Declaration of Rights provided, inter alia, that all men are equally entitled to the free exercise of religion, according to the dictates of conscience . . . . After centuries of government support for the state church in Virginia, the Baptists led a petition campaign demanding that every tax upon conscience . . . be abolished. In 1779, Thomas Jefferson introduced his Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom in the Virginia Legislature (House of Burgesses). It declared that to compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves, is sinful and tyrannical. (If Jefferson thought that about merely funding things against ones ...
Legal History Blog: Campbell on 17th-Century Equity Law--for Non-Lawyers
When an identifiable Court of Chancery emerged in the fifteenth century it supplemented the common law by using the notion of conscience. Its account of conscience derived from Thomist ethics, and was that the requirements of conscience in a particular fact situation were derivable from what the law of God and nature required to be done, which was objectively knowable. The English Reformation led to conscience losing its objectivity, because different understandings of scripture emerged from individuals having access to the Bible in English and interpreting it for themselves. in the course of the seventeenth century Chancery ceased to apply the notion of conscience directly, and increasingly articulated principles and rules that were applied to decide what behaviour was required. This process was assisted by numerous diverse contingent historical events and trends. Because all the equitable principles and rules developed in the context of an adversary system of litigation, with issues arrived at ...
Conscientious objection in healthcare and the duty to refer | Journal of Medical Ethics
Although some healthcare professionals have the legal right to conscientiously object to authorise or perform certain lawful medical services, they have an associated duty to provide the patient with enough information to seek out another professional willing to authorise or provide the service (the duty to refer). Does the duty to refer morally undermine the professionals conscientious objection (CO)? I narrow my discussion to the National Health Service in Britain, and the case of a general practitioner (GP) being asked by a pregnant woman to authorise an abortion. I will be careful not to enter the debate about whether abortion should be legalised, or the debate about whether CO should be permitted-I will take both as given. I defend the objecting GPs duty to refer against those I call the conscience absolutists, who would claim that if a state is serious enough in permitting the GPs objection in the first place (as is the UK), then it has to recognise the right to withhold any ...
Private members bill to reopen debate on physician conscience rights | Calgary Herald
EDMONTON - Alberta politicians are to debate the role of conscience rights and the responsibilities of physicians asked to assist or advise on abortions,…
Right of Conscience Upheld in Illinois - Susan B. Anthony List
The court also dismissed the states argument that such a rule was necessary in order to ensure access to what the states lawyers referred to as emergency contraception. It did so by noting that the state was unable to point out even one instance of any person who had ever been unable to obtain emergency contraception because of a pharmacists religious objection.. The pro-life pharmacy owners were represented, in part, by Francis Manion, Senior Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice. He summed up the magnitude of the victory by stating, Todays decision is a major victory for the rights of conscience. After six long years of litigaton, our clients have finally prevailed against a state government determined to coerce them and all pro-life pharmacists into violating their deeply held religious beliefs or give up their livelihoods. Judge Belzs decision makes clear that both Illinois state law and the First Amendment will not permit this. ...
Studies in Pascals Ethics by A. W. S. Baird (auth.) - Stowarzyszenie Books
Pascal follows Saint Augustine when he insists here that the resemblances between pagan and Christian morality are merely apparent, so that the moral quality of outwardly similar acts is radically AMBIVALENT ATTITUDE TOWARD NATURAL MORALITY 31 Once again the contrast is worked in to discredit Jesuit moral theology by showing that it is based upon natural principles. The extract implies that such virtues as pagan ethical teaching may produce, when judged by the Christian criterion, will not be seen as real virtues at all. E. IV, p. 311. Et ainsi, ... un seul docteur peut toumer les consciences et les bouleverser a son gre, ... C. , G. E. IV, p. 310. •. vous avez bien mis ceux qui suivent vos opinions probables en assurance a legard de Dieu et de la conscience; ... C. p. E. V, p. 50. ... les cas de conscience ... C. V, p. 51 Cest par cette subtilite de conscience quit a prouve ... C. pp. E. V, p. 382. C. p. V, p. 386. C. p. E. VI, p. 28. ... les questions de la contrition, ...
ABORTION AND CONSCIENCE | Pandaemonium
Religious freedom, I argued in my Notes on Religious Freedom, is not a special kind of liberty but one of a broader set of freedoms of conscience, belief, assembly and action. Whatever ones beliefs, secular or religious, there should be complete freedom to express them, short of inciting violence or other forms of physical harm to…
Biden & Becerra: HHS Policy Violates Religious Freedom and Conscience Rights | National Review
A new gender-identity policy will harm patients and impose burdens on the consciences of religious individuals and organizations.
Santa Clara Magazine - SCM Story
What has led to the diminished role for practical reason in the way the bishops understand conscience? Two key conceptual matters come to mind, both taken from concerns laid down by Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI. One is the sharp opposition to the creative conscience outlined by John Paul II in the 1993 papal encyclical called Veritatis Splendor. In that document, John Paul criticized any number of developments in Catholic moral theology including one that argued that consciences use of practical reason in the face of a host of particulars could lay the basis for claiming occasional exceptions to the otherwise universal mandate of the moral law. But the pope said that this view of the creative possibilities of conscience had things precisely backwards. Its not the creative use of practical reason that should determine what is morally required in a particular situation. Rather, its the moral law-requiring meticulous observance, as John Paul put it-that determines what reason ...
Pouvoir et conscience du droit : diffusion, inflexions et perspectives autour des Legal Consciousness Studies - MINES ParisTech
Jérôme Pélisse, Vincent-Arnaud Chappe. Pouvoir et conscience du droit : diffusion, inflexions et perspectives autour des Legal Consciousness Studies. 7ème Congrès de lAFS, AFS (Association Française de Sociologie), Jul 2017, Amiens, France. ⟨hal-01682206⟩ ...
War Resisters International
The right to conscientious objection is not legally recognized and there are no provisions for substitute service. According to art. 22 of the 1995 Constitution: Everyone shall have the right to freedom of conscience. The second clause of article, however, stipulates that The right to freedom of conscience must not specify or limit the universal human and civil rights and responsibilities before the state. There are no known plans to introduce legislation on conscientious objection and substitute service. The government stated in 1994: The State is elaborating a bill in which it intends to introduce regulations, clearly recognizing that this Act does not fully meet the recommendations of the Commission on Human Rights. The Act referred to is the 1992 Military Service Act, in particular art. 16 according to which exemption from military service is permitted for certain religious believers. (see postponement and exemption). However, in 1994 the government also stated: The Republic of ...
Catholic Hospitals & Abortion: Christians Cant Compromise Conscience | National Review
It goes something like this: Dear Christians, thank you for feeding, housing, and caring for the poor, but unless you do it in the manner we prefer, advancing the worldview we prefer - even to the point of adopting the personnel policies we demand - we will use all the power of law and public shame to bring you into compliance. Well pass laws that violate your conscience. Well call you bigots or misogynists when you resist. And all the while, the fact that you actually do serve and sustain (physically and spiritually) millions of Americans will be lost and ignored.. This is how activists justify tossing from campus Christian groups that do an immense of amount of good works simply because they dont consent to being led by a lesbian who doesnt believe in their statement of faith. This is how legislators pass laws that will reduce the number of adoption agencies rather than allow Catholic or other Christian agencies to follow their most basic principles when placing children in loving homes. ...
A Mandate Against Liberty and Conscience -- And The Bishops Are On the Wrong Side? | NewBostonPost | NewBostonPost
The Catholic bishops of the United States have spent the better part of the past decade heroically fighting against government mandates that undermine religious freedom and personal conscience.. After investing so much effort resisting such mandates, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has found a mandate to support. That mandate forces government workers to pay for the activities of big labor, even when individual workers conscientiously object to union membership or to funding union activity. Its similar to taxes or Social Security contributions: Every person is forced to pay up as a price of government employment.. As the subject of oral argument this past Monday, the issue before the United States Supreme Court is narrowly tailored to cover only government sector workplaces; private sector workplaces will remain untouched by the court decision, no matter what it is. In the case of Janus v. AFSCME, the court must decide whether Illinois state worker Mark Janus has a First ...
Artificial Beings: The Conscience of a Conscious Machine | Wiley
This book demonstrates that not only is it possible to create entities with both consciousness and conscience, but that those entities demonstrate them in ways different from our own, thereby showing a new kind of consciousness.
VM -- Institutional Conscience and Access to Services: Can We Have Both?, Mar 13 ... Virtual Mentor
Qualifying conscience protections for institutions with requirements that they minimize hardship caused to the patient would prevent religious institutions from acting as a choke point on the path to services. Virtual Mentor is a monthly bioethics journal published by the American Medical Association.
Questions for the Westminster Declaration
A few weeks ago I signed the Westminster 2010 Declaration of Christian Conscience. A number of key Christian leaders including former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey, the head of the Evangelical Alliance Steve Clifford, and the head of the Catholic Church in Scotland Cardinal Keith OBrien are among over 36,000 people who have signed this declaration.. I now regret signing this declaration. It seems very narrowly focussed, urging Christians to vote according to their conscience in the General Election, with three issues particularly in mind - protecting human life, protecting marriage, and protecting freedom of conscience.. Much of the Declaration is positive. In what it does say about protecting human life, marriage, and the freedom of conscience, I would be comfortable with. My issue is more with what is not mentioned in the document, it seems to be too narrow, for example in the section written about Human Life the declaration lists a number of issues that threaten human life, which I ...
Surgical Conscience Research Paper - 457 Words
Surgical conscience is the professional behaviour that demonstrates understanding and application of principles of surgical technology and legal, ethical,
Birth Control: Latest Collision Between Individual Conscience And Society | WFIT
The current controversy over insurance coverage of contraceptives is the latest chapter in the long and often bitter history of conflicts between the right to follow ones conscience and the demands of society.
New testimonies of conscientious objection to animal experiments
New testimonies of student conscientious objection to animal experiments in education and training, provided by Dr Lisa Elsner and Dr Anya Yushchenko, are now online on the InterNICHE website http://www.interniche.org . Both now professional veterinarians, Dr Elsner (Australia) and Dr Yushchenko (Ukraine and Canada) describe their successful campaigns as students against harmful animal use and the strategies employed to implement progressive, humane alternative methods. In particular, this included the alternative approach of working with animal patients instead of performing terminal animal labs for veterinary clinical skills and surgery training. Read the new testimonies here: http://www.interniche.org/conscientious/testimonies/lisa_elsner http://www.interniche.org/conscientious/testimonies/anya_yushchenko They contribute to an existing collection of over 20 others, available at http://www.interniche.org/en/conscientious/testimonies . Further testimonies from students and trainees from across ...
Esonet.com-Selected Esotericism Readings - Aura. Hell and Heaven on Earth
This means that starting from a mental act, such as a strong ability of visualization, to build a form of thought, an image or a sound, it wont be necessary anymore to use sensorial contacts (to hear, to touch, to see, to taste) because every perception can be generated by the force of thought. This process accelerates the evolution of the mental vision metaphorically called opening of the third eye. __________ Conscience contains every characteristic of an identity, therefore only the conscience is the bridge to itself, by communicating with the different aspects of the character and linking the individual self (reason) to the intelligence of the Ego. Using a paradox we might say that to travel inside ourselves we must think of the conscience as an escalator; we stand on it to be taken where we want. In this process, self-control and a system of conscious vision (techniques of visualization) help the mind to create the relations that link the different sensitive aspects of our conscience. We ...
Palestinian Political Prisoners and People of Conscience By Eileen Fleming
Palestinian Political Prisoners and People of Conscience By Eileen Fleming. Al-Jazeerah, CCUN, May 15, 2012. Maybe Israel dodged a bullet on the 64th anniversary of Al Nakba Day, which was nearly a month after 2,000 Palestinian political prisoners began a hunger strike, which ended Monday night upon reaching an agreement with the Israeli Prison Service (IPS) to attain certain core demands. Two of the hunger strikers have not eaten for 78 days and thats eight days longer than IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, when he died on his strike in 1981. Bilal Diab and Thaer Halahleh have said they will not start eating again until their administrative detentions are lifted. Both men are members of Islamic Jihad, but they were never charged with anything, and its still not clear why theyre still being held or if, they will be released.. Among the demands raised in the collective hunger strike, included an end to the IPS abusive use of isolation for SECURITY reasons.. Juan E. M ndez, the Special Rapporteur on ...
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Hendrik Conscience - Wikipedia
His father thought it so vulgar of his son to write a book in Dutch that he evicted him, and the celebrated novelist of the future started for Antwerp, with a fortune which was strictly confined to two francs and a bundle of clothes. An old schoolfriend found him in a street and took him home. Soon people of standing, amongst them the painter Gustaf Wappers, showed interest in the unfortunate young man. Wappers even gave him a suit of clothes and eventually presented him to King Leopold I, who ordered the Wonderjaer to be added to the libraries of every Belgian school. But it was with Leopolds patronage that Conscience published his second book, Fantasy, in 1837. A small appointment in the provincial archives relieved him from the actual pressure of want, and, in 1838, he made his first great success with the historical novel De Leeuw van Vlaenderen (The Lion of Flanders), which still holds its place as one of his masterpieces, the influence of which extended far beyond the literary sphere. ...
East End Report: March 19 in Riverhead: East End Women in Black Join North Fork People of Conscience at the start of the 4th...
East End Women in Black will move their usual 3rd Sunday vigil from Sag Harbor to the Vail Levitt Music Hall in Riverhead on Sunday March 19. We will join North Fork People of Conscience in observing the 3rd anniversary of the Iraq War ...
The regularity gamble
Every philosopher (e.g. scientist) is slave of some formalism and tends to apply it as much as possible to any reality aspects. This is indeed a form of bias and my bias, recently, is that I tend to interpret everything in terms of bias/variance… So why not pushing this to the extreme and applying it to nothing less than the hardest issue of science and philosophy? conscience, as simple as that…. In particular I will aim here to address issues like: does conscience exist really, what is its function, may robots have one, and so on…. Lets go straight to the end of my reasoning: we could use the bias/variance formalism, useful to describe any learning procedure, to support the idea that conscience is not only an epiphenomenon but rather a necessary component of every rational cognitive process. In particular conscience is required for interacting with a complex multivariate, multi agent and uncertain reality where the criterion of effectiveness/success of such interaction is complex, ...
The Awakening Conscience « Biltrix
By Fr Jason Smith We ache because we are not full. In The Awakening Conscience William Holman Hunt places his finger-or brush, better said, on the ache found deep within every person: We either have God who alone can fill us, or we will endlessly try to pursue the things that cannot do so. By…
Violence in Ireland and Christian conscience | Open Library
Violence in Ireland and Christian conscience by Cahal B. Daly; 1 edition; First published in 1973; Subjects: Violence; Places: Northern Ireland
Inmate says conscience led to cold-case killing confession | News 4 Buffalo
ST. LOUIS (AP) - A Missouri inmate who admitted to a long-unsolved killing while serving time for robbery says he confessed to the crime because his conscience was nagging him. DeAngelo Thomas said he felt relief when he penned his admission to police from his prison cell in 2018. Just like a weight lifted on […]
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Conscience. Catholics for a Free Choice. Retrieved April 29, 2010. Greninger, Howard (April 20, 2010). "Human Rights Day: At ...
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Separation of church and state in the United States
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Miller, Patti (June 2011) . "Rosemary Radford Ruether" (PDF). Conscience. Vol. 32. Washington: Catholics for Choice. ISSN ...
It will burden her conscience in life, it will burden her soul in death; But oh! thrice guilty is he who drove her to the ... Hewson, Barbara (Summer 2007). "Abortion in poland: A new human rights ruling". Conscience. 28 (2): 34-35. ProQuest 195070632 ... Kalbarczyk, Piotr (2013). "Abortion in Poland: The Change that Never Happened". Conscience. 34 (1): 38-39. ProQuest 1411117675 ... center-right parties such as Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael do not have official policies on abortion rights but allow conscience ...
Freedom of religion in Germany
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Catholic Church and abortion
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A Catholic Statement on Pluralism and Abortion
Maguire, Marjorie Reiley (1986). "Pluralism on Abortion in the Theological Community: The Controversy Continues". Conscience. 7 ... and we need to talk about freedom of conscience.' I don't see myself as defiant." In January 1985, Monsignor John P. Languille ...
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"Conscience votes". New Zealand Parliament. Retrieved 7 July 2017. "Winston Peters calls for vote of no confidence against ...
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"Conscience Rap". Village Voice. October 23, 2006. Carlson, Peter (October 25, 2006). "Hip-Hop Editor Wins Suit over Her Firing ...
Sermons of Jonathan Swift
on conscience. III. on the trinity at Project Gutenberg (Articles with short description, Short description with empty Wikidata ... In particular, Swift claims, "For a man's Conscience can go no higher than his Knowledge; and therefore until he has thoroughly ... p. 662 "On the Testimony of Conscience" Intro Note Barroll p. 45 Ehrenpreis p. 80 "On the Testimony of Conscious" Sermon ... "On the Testimony of Conscience" was first printed in 1744. Its introductory passage from scripture comes from 2 Corinthians 1: ...
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Death penalty is premeditated murder in the name of society's 'collective conscience' - The Leaflet
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Letters To The Editor: Guilty Conscience?
We ask why? We wonder if the conscience has been pricked and a "mind video screen has been replayed repeatedly" showing how FRU ... Letters To The Editor: Guilty Conscience?. We find it intriguing how the Fiji Rugby Union (FRU) leadership has repeatedly ... decision makers can make such resolutions over a prolonged period of time and still wake up daily with a clear conscience! ...
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Navy Seals: A battle for the conscience - CNN Security Clearance - CNN.com Blogs
Deep inside the militarys special operations forces there is a crisis of conscience unfolding. The publication of No Easy Day ... Navy Seals: A battle for the conscience. By Barbara Starr. (CNN) - Deep inside the militarys special operations forces there ... This is a battle for the conscience of the SEALs, a recently retired senior SEAL told me. ... is a crisis of conscience unfolding. The publication of No Easy Day, a former Navy SEALs account of the raid that killed ...
The Conscience of a Conservative - Wikipedia
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Jewish physicians' freedom of conscience and religion and the Carter Case
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Morgenthau Lectures (1981-2006): Interest and Conscience in Modern Diplomacy | Carnegie Council for Ethics in International...
He says that the challenges facing todays diplomats lie in finding a middle ground between conscience and interest, as Hans ... He says that the challenges facing todays diplomats lies in finding a middle ground between conscience and interest, much as ... Morgenthau Lectures (1981-2006): Interest and Conscience in Modern Diplomacy. * Morgenthau Lectures (1981-2006) ...
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An Illinois bill that some say threatens the conscience rights of medical providers is currently under consideration in the ... Ohio state law now includes conscience protections for medical professionals, after Governor Mike DeWine signed a state budget ... Federal judge blocks conscience protection rule for healthcare workers. Nov 6, 2019 ... Conscience objections urged in face of Colombian gay unions. May 7, 2013 ...
Oversight by conscience - BuzzMachine
But we must find the room for conscience to act as the check on power without facing 35 years in prison or life in exile or ... So we are left with the protection of last resort: the conscience of the individual who will resist abuse of power or expose it ... There we tried to find the line that enables acts of conscience and civil disobedience to keep watch on the powerful. Benkler ... "At what point does conscience require a person to refuse to act in a certain way that they consider completely acceptable in ...
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Paying the Price for an Act of Conscience - CSMonitor.com
Our consciences compel us to choose the latter." So each April they have written a letter to the Internal Revenue Service ... Conscience is contagious. And the fastest way to spread it is to try to stamp it out. ... Yet he retains a deliberate naivete, refusing to surrender the belief that governments sometimes act with conscience and not ... Betsy and Randys supporters had successfully persuaded potential purchasers not to cross the line of conscience. After many ...
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Obama Repeals Bush Conscience Rules - Feminist Majority Foundation
Under the "conscience" rules, hospitals could refuse to provide emergency contraception to rape victims and pharmacists could ... Obama Repeals Bush Conscience Rules. Feminist Majority Foundation Blog , February 22, 2011 ... On Friday, the Obama administration rescinded the "conscience" rules, first instituted under the Bush administration, that ... conscience rights to an extremely broad group of health care workers - far beyond current law." ...
Conscience - Conscience Poem by Kingsley Egbukole
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Harris redefines violent rioters as a 'coalition of conscience'
Harris redefines violent rioters as a coalition of conscience. Dem VP candidate notes nation facing moral reckoning. By WND ... Kamala Harris just said that there is "a new coalition of conscience in our streets." I dont know, it looks more like a riot ... And were experiencing a moral reckoning with racism and historic injustice that has brought a new coalition of conscience to ...
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Matters of Conscience - Center for American Progress
Matters of Conscience. Obama moves to reinstate the balance of conscience among doctors and patients rather than favor only one ... This means that not just the conscience of the health care provider is at stake here. We also have to consider the conscience ... Theres also the conscience of the doctor who has prescribed certain treatments to provide his or her patients with the care ... So how to balance competing claims of conscience?. We need rules that are fair and that balance the rights and responsibilities ...
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- Will this landmark decision bring into conflict these doctors' freedom of conscience and religion with their professional obligations? (consciencelaws.org)
- Freedom of Conscience published October 4, 2010 by Dario Castillejos courtesy of the artist. (cagle.com)
- He is a prisoner of conscience, held solely for exercising his rights of freedom of expression and association without using or advocating violence. (amnesty.org)
- Among our first freedoms, enshrined in the First Amendment, is the right to freedom of religion and of conscience. (frc.org)
- The Obama administration has often undermined religious freedom by refusing to enforce conscience protections in existing federal law to address violations in California, New York, and other states. (frc.org)
- Despite media hype to the contrary, the proposed rule by the Obama administration to rescind the midnight Bush 'conscience' regulation governing health care providers actually does respect the conscience and religious freedom of those in the industry who object to providing medical treatments on religious or moral grounds. (americanprogress.org)
- Subscribe to Conscience, the magazine of religious and reproductive freedom. (catholicsforchoice.org)
- I share the American founders' belief in the importance of religious liberty and freedom of conscience….Our Founding Fathers early on recognized that religious freedom is a natural right that no government can deny, and they enshrined their belief in the First Amendment to our Constitution. (lifesitenews.com)
- The Obama-era regulation would require most doctors throughout the country to perform gender-transition surgeries upon request, despite any conscience-based or prudential objections. (catholicnewsagency.com)
- On February 23, 2011, the Obama administration also issued regulations that repealed the Bush rules enforcing federal conscience protection laws . (frc.org)
- On Friday, the Obama administration rescinded the "conscience" rules, first instituted under the Bush administration, that granted protections to medical providers who refused to provide abortions, sterilization, in-vitro fertilization, and other medical procedures, such as care to AIDS patients, due to moral objections. (feminist.org)
- Obama moves to reinstate the balance of conscience among doctors and patients rather than favor only one set of beliefs, observes Sally Steenland. (americanprogress.org)
- President Obama has moved to rescind the midnight Bush 'conscience' regulation governing health care providers. (americanprogress.org)
- Ohio state law now includes conscience protections for medical professionals, after Governor Mike DeWine signed a state budget bill into. (catholicnewsagency.com)
- Conscience protections are key for Catholic health care and patient welfare. (ncregister.com)
- Apprenez-en sur les applications quotidiennes de la pleine conscience. (ticketleap.com)
- There are currently no upcoming dates for 18-331-03 Notions essentielles de pleine conscience à Montréal (24 septembre). (ticketleap.com)
- On observe un déficit grave de connaissances et de prise de conscience parmi les techniciens en radiologie palestiniens, pouvant exposer les patients à des doses inutiles de rayonnements ionisants. (who.int)
- C'est un outil de prise de conscience des acquis de la recherche ethnobotanique et de la richesse de notre patrimoine floristique. (who.int)
- A thinker as well as painter, he struggled with the demands of social conscience and artistic excellence, trying to define his allegiance as an artist. (cdc.gov)
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- Chelsea realizing that now the screws would be further tightened and her ordeal as a prisoner of conscience would be extended indefinitely. (dissidentvoice.org)
- John Paul II urged all Christians, including Catholics, to make an examination of conscience to see where they have delayed or are delaying progress toward full ecclesial unity. (zenit.org)
- Mental health and human conscience : the true and the false self / by E. K. Ledermann. (who.int)
- Funding-related issues are not the only threats to the rights of conscience, religious liberty and health-care access. (ncregister.com)
- The Conscience of a Conservative is a 1960 book published under the name of Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater who was the 1964 Republican presidential candidate. (wikipedia.org)
- Conscience of a Conservative: Islam is a Hate group, not a religion, and should be banned in America. (blogspot.com)
- Letters To The Editor: Guilty Conscience? (fijisun.com.fj)
- Guilty Conscience? (fijisun.com.fj)
- BREAKING: Kamala Harris today referred to the protesters "in the streets" -- who have included countless rioters, looters, arsonists and cop killers -- as a "coalition of conscience. (wnd.com)
- A third federal judge has struck down the Trump administration's conscience protection rule for medical professionals who object to abortions. (catholicnewsagency.com)
- Conscience is the flagship publication of Catholics for Choice. (catholicsforchoice.org)
- Check, for all Catholics with a conscience and access to a newspaper. (irishcentral.com)
- Susan Berke Fogel, director of reproductive health at the National Health Law Center stated, "The 2008 regulation put millions of women at risk, and undermined the ability of providers to establish clear protocols to ensure that patients get the health care they need, by intentionally confusing birth control with abortion, and extending 'conscience rights' to an extremely broad group of health care workers - far beyond current law. (feminist.org)
- Under the "conscience" rules, hospitals could refuse to provide emergency contraception to rape victims and pharmacists could refuse to fill prescriptions for birth control pills. (feminist.org)
- In addition, the Bush administration rules stated that hospitals, clinics, and health plans that refused to honor workers' "right of conscience" could face a loss of federal funding. (feminist.org)
- This site is a collection of interesting news and other links, assembled by those behind the Conscience Warrior blog . (consciencewarrior.com)
- After explaining straight-line vs. jagged-line political issues, we give two reasons: (a) Christians must respect fellow Christians who have differently calibrated consciences on jagged-line issues, and (b) insisting that Christians agree on jagged-line issues misrepresents Christ to non-Christians. (thegospelcoalition.org)
- In fact, all the proposed rule does is return matters to the way they were three months ago, before the Bush administration issued a vaguely worded, overly broad ruling that tipped the balance toward religious refusals and neglected patients' rights and conscience. (americanprogress.org)
- I thought our national conscience had learned a lesson. (christianitytoday.com)
- Background: Emotional intelligence/Quotient (EI/EQ) is a concept including perception, expression and control of emotions, self-control and empathy, communication, conflict resolution process, conscience. (who.int)
- So we are left with the protection of last resort: the conscience of the individual who will resist abuse of power or expose it once it is done. (buzzmachine.com)
- Ceci reflète le besoin d'une formation obligatoire et d'une éducation portant sur la protection contre les rayonnements dans tous les établissements de soins de santé en Palestine. (who.int)
- And we're experiencing a moral reckoning with racism and historic injustice that has brought a new coalition of conscience to the streets of our country demanding change. (wnd.com)
- The rule broadens the scope of conscience refusals to include virtually any moral objection to a wide variety of treatments, ranging from family planning information and infertility procedures to end-of-life care. (americanprogress.org)
- A progressive view of conscience recognizes that diverse moral beliefs and worldviews exist, and this is a good thing. (americanprogress.org)
- At what point does conscience require a person to refuse to act in a certain way that they consider completely acceptable in the system they're in but they find completely unacceptable to their conscience? (buzzmachine.com)
- I call this the "conscience" of the Constitution. (volokh.com)
- So each April they have written a letter to the Internal Revenue Service explaining why they can't in good conscience pay their taxes. (csmonitor.com)
- very good poem the struggles and the quest of the conscience. (poemhunter.com)
- Or the conscience of a father who seeks to be sterilized for the same good reasons. (americanprogress.org)
- Not only did the 86-year-old, who wore blue prison garb, say history would vindicate him, he said his conscience is totally clear: 'I swear to God that every decision or policy I pursued was meant for the good of the nation and the people of my nation, those who supported me and those who didn't,' he told the Cairo court. (newser.com)
- A good conscience is a continual Christmas. (utahpolicy.com)
- Does an Illinois bill threaten doctors' conscience rights? (catholicnewsagency.com)
- Today, there is a battle raging over whether doctors and other medical professionals should have conscience rights and be able to follow this principle. (ncregister.com)
- Even more, the rule ignores the conscience of the patient, whose beliefs may be equally strong but very different from those of the health care provider. (americanprogress.org)
- This means that not just the conscience of the health care provider is at stake here. (americanprogress.org)
- Current employment laws, such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, already protect the conscience of health care providers-and indeed all employees-against religious discrimination. (americanprogress.org)
- First, health care providers in non-emergency situations should not be forced to provide care that violates their conscience. (americanprogress.org)
- This research investigated with the aid of Piaget's clinical method, the influence of two professional areas on the conscience building process of the strategies used for the resolution of a problem with the Tower of Hanoi game. (bvsalud.org)
- Kerrey countered: "I don't think every time you get a team of people working on the danger [to national security], one person can say, 'Oh, I don't like what we're doing,' and as an act of conscience blow everything we're doing and say we're not going to be prosecuted. (buzzmachine.com)
- In rare instances, people should feel free to cross party lines and follow their consciences with regard to the integrity or competence of individual candidates. (timesheraldonline.com)
- In other words, it is more important for people to vote their consciences than it is to blindly support everything any political party wants. (sltrib.com)
- A growing number of people of conscience and faith feel a responsibility to address this issue. (ncronline.org)
- The revelation through conscience, like the revelation through nature, gives people some understanding of God, but it does not give them the detailed knowledge that is necessary for salvation. (studylight.org)
- There we tried to find the line that enables acts of conscience and civil disobedience to keep watch on the powerful. (buzzmachine.com)
- Betsy and Randy's supporters had successfully persuaded potential purchasers not to cross the line of conscience. (csmonitor.com)
- As part of a very close-knit family, we find it very inhumane how an organisation's decision makers can make such resolutions over a prolonged period of time and still wake up daily with a clear conscience! (fijisun.com.fj)
- What the whistleblower does is bring an individual conscience to break through all of these systems," Benkler argued. (buzzmachine.com)
- In our quest to respect individual conscience, we must be discerning and weigh competing values. (americanprogress.org)
- One way to address these conscience issues is by rescinding the 2016 HHS letter regarding the Weldon Amendment. (frc.org)
- Math with a conscience" is a term coined by Westminster's math department to describe an approach to mathematics that provides opportunities for underrepresented populations to access math and allows students to begin thinking about math as a tool to address social inequities. (westminstercollege.edu)
- If you have any questions or concerns please email [email protected] (catholicsforchoice.org)
- Reelected to Congress in 1940, she repeated her vote, becoming the only member of Congress to vote against the United States' involvement in World War II.Jeannette Rankin was a woman who lived her conscience, and she became America's conscience through her unflagging campaigns for children's protective legislation, women's rights, election reform, and most of all, peace. (barnesandnoble.com)
- I explained that it was important to get information from all concerned in order to work towards a group conscience, but I was not sure if once the group had come to an agreement whether the matter still required a vote and what that might look like. (al-anon.org)
- Group Conscience means just that - any Al-Anon 'group, district, area' using this principle should result only after KBDM process was worked. (al-anon.org)
- After discussion and the group conscience is taken my experience has been learning the topic is no longer about what my home group, commitee, district, area, WSC or I want…it is now about the spirituality of fully informed members, having respectfully listened to each other and working together, make a decision that is right for Al-Anon Family Groups as a whole. (al-anon.org)
- Matthew speak with Celia Rynda, a senior here at the U, about the topic of our conscience and how to understand it. (buzzsprout.com)
- Sen. Lee, what part of "conscience" don't you understand? (sltrib.com)
- Is this a sign of an uneasy conscience? (csmonitor.com)
- An informed group conscience is obtained when everybody has access to all the information before discussion. (al-anon.org)
- We also have to consider the conscience of the patient-a mother, let's say, who relies on contraception to be a morally responsible parent, with enough emotional, spiritual, and physical energy to care for her existing children. (americanprogress.org)
- The booklet Al‑Anon and Alateen Groups at Work (P-24) explains on page 51 that "the group conscience is the will of the group" and is based on members' use of the Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of Service as guides, maintaining "principles above personalities," and sharing information as equals. (al-anon.org)
- I like this discussion and questions about supporting the group conscience decision. (al-anon.org)