Morality

Denise Mc Cann
Mind Map by Denise Mc Cann, updated more than 1 year ago
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Mind map of basic moral concepts
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Morality
1 Morality is the set of standards you use to decide whether an action is right or wrong, good or bad.
2 Responsible means being held accountable for what you say or do.
3 Relationships are the ways in which you interact with other people and the world around you.
4 Values are those things you consider good, important and worthwhile - or example, compassion, fairness, honesty.
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