It may even be, in a moral sense, our duty as the only superpower.
It is the new avatar of the "moral sense" carrying categorical insolence into the sphere of our one Alsatian sanctuary!
Scott, in Old Mortality, uses it in the moral sense, "unsubstantial."
The moral sense of the Italians expressed itself after Alexander's death in the legend of a devil, who had carried off his soul.
Will springs from the two elements of moral sense and self-interest.
In political affairs, at least, he has no moral sense whatever; and the public seems to tolerate him on that understanding.
The colonel's want of moral sense was of a profound and innocent character.
Hedonistic ethics have always had to struggle against the moral sense of mankind.
But is it, in candour, true that brutes have no moral sense?
Such sermons dull the moral sense and subvert the true conception of virtue and duty.