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maw ruh li stik

  • s  narrowly and conventionally moral

  • As anyone who actually watches them knows, the talk shows are one of the most excruciatingly moralistic forums the culture has to offer.
  • Feltri wrote that he was publishing these accusations against Boffo, who had criticized Berlusconi's private life, as a response to his "moralistic campaign" against the Prime .
  • Li11i asks: Don't you think your argument is a bit moralistic? What's wrong with aspiring to more.
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  • How Milton Friedman’s NAIRU Has Increased Inequality, Damaging Innovation and Growth
    Yves here. Advocates of Galtian "winner take all" markets frequently invoke both moralistic and efficiency-based arguments for more income inequality. The problem with their argument that "creators" should get to hoard their winnings is that their success does not take place in a vacuum, but is built on the back of generations of cultural, technological, and procedural advances, as well as ...
    Aug. 26, 2013 - Naked Capitalism

  • Wynton Marsalis in FOXNews
    I'm a part of it, I'm speaking from inside of our culture,Marsalis said. "We're not taking a moralistic view. It's not, `Let me tell y'all how I'm different from you.' It's a comment on our way of life and our culture."
  • Franco Grillini in Reuters Canada
    Franco Grillini, a homosexual parliamentarian and leading gay rights activist, accused the Pope of launching a "moralistic dictatorship based on the fear of sex."
  • Jonathan Rhys Meyers in 680 News
    I mean, Henry historically was quite well-behaved for a king of his time. He was quite moralistic. Some kings of Europe had these harems of a thousand women,Rhys Meyers says. "As an Irishman in school, you always thought of Henry VIII as...

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