We were told to fear these hooded men and so many of us threw away our 9/10/2001 consciences.
First, the Court will have to decide that corporations are not only people, but people with consciences.
Second, the view that corporations have consciences is incoherent.
This message will hopefully strike the consciences of all those who turn a blind eye.
So what about this idea that not only are corporations people, but people with consciences?
One must respect the two hundred and fifty 342timorous consciences around one.
How many of us can say that our consciences are so untroubled as that?
They settle with their own consciences by giving old words new meanings.
We should then really know each other, and never have anything on our consciences.
Begin by informing yourself about what is taking place in the consciences of the public.
early 13c., from Old French conscience "conscience, innermost thoughts, desires, intentions; feelings" (12c.), from Latin conscientia "knowledge within oneself, sense of right, a moral sense," from conscientem (nominative consciens), present participle of conscire "be (mutually) aware," from com- "with," or "thoroughly" (see com-) + scire "to know" (see science).
Probably a loan-translation of Greek syneidesis, literally "with-knowledge." Sometimes nativized in Old English/Middle English as inwit. Russian also uses a loan-translation, so-vest, "conscience," literally "with-knowledge."
conscience con·science (kŏn'shəns)
The awareness of a moral or ethical aspect to one's conduct together with the urge to prefer right over wrong.
The part of the superego that judges the ethical nature of one's actions and thoughts and then transmits such determinations to the ego for consideration.
that faculty of the mind, or inborn sense of right and wrong, by which we judge of the moral character of human conduct. It is common to all men. Like all our other faculties, it has been perverted by the Fall (John 16:2; Acts 26:9; Rom. 2:15). It is spoken of as "defiled" (Titus 1:15), and "seared" (1 Tim. 4:2). A "conscience void of offence" is to be sought and cultivated (Acts 24:16; Rom. 9:1; 2 Cor. 1:12; 1 Tim. 1:5, 19; 1 Pet. 3:21).