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moral-religious

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  • Combining elements of Jewish tradition and influences of the dominant middle-class American culture, especially the model of the segregated, male-public and female-private spheres, the ascending gender ideology of German Jewish immigrant society called on the woman, viewed as endowed with natural moral sense, to act as the main agent and carrier of Jewish tradition and made the home into the center of moral-religious education and the well of Jewish spirituality.

    Assimilation in the United States: Nineteenth Century.

  • What needs to be done, if you will, to achieve parity between left and right, Republican, and Democrat, and independent in the moral-religious area?

    CNN Transcript Jan 31, 2005

  • Yet the center of the story is not truly social comedy, but a serious moral-religious issue.

    The Priestly Comedy of J. F. Powers

  • The evils in nature and human life stand athwart every effort to expand this minimalist surmise into a moral-religious recognition of God.

    IDEA OF GOD, 1400-1800

  • In addition, then, to the particular vocational education which is to fit each man for his specific task, in addition to that physical development which must always go hand in hand with intellectual growth, in addition to that moral-religious training and that preparation for parenthood, of which we shall later speak, we may mention three important ideals to be grouped under our general conception of culture.

    Problems of Conduct

  • The idea was developed in theory by the Greek philosophers, especially by the Stoics, and from them early Christianity took it up as a moral-religious principle, preaching the doctrine of God as the universal father, and that of the brotherhood of man.

    Christian Lange - Nobel Lecture

  • There was a fellow traveling around in that country, "said Mr. Nickerson," with a moral-religious show -- a sort of scriptural panorama -- and he hired a wooden-headed old slab to play the piano for him.

    Sketches New And Old

  • At the same time, a desire for a universal culture that would embrace all branches of life with equal love, felt confined by that moral-religious synthesis.

    Rudolf Eucken - Nobel Lecture

  • Filled as he is with the spirit of piety and warmth of heart -- an attitude reflected in his style, which helped to make his work the most popular moral-religious book in

    A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy

  • But even the principles of intellectual training so clearly advocated by Comenius have not yet found a ready hearing among teachers, to say nothing of his great moral-religious purpose.

    The Elements of General Method Based on the Principles of Herbart

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