conscience (noun) · consciences (plural noun)
1. Conscience definition is - the sense or consciousness of the moral goodness or blameworthiness of one's own conduct, intentions, or character together with a feeling of obligation to do right or be good
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3. Conscience definition, the inner sense of what is right or wrong in one's conduct or motives, impelling one toward right action: to follow the dictates of Conscience
4. Conscience synonyms, Conscience pronunciation, Conscience translation, English dictionary definition of Conscience
5. Recognition of difference between right and wrong: His Conscience bothered him when he cheated on the test.
6. Conscience, a personal sense of the moral content of one’s own conduct, intentions, or character with regard to a feeling of obligation to do right or be good
7. Conscience, usually informed by acculturation and instruction, is thus generally understood to give intuitively authoritative judgments
8. The New Testament concept of Conscience is more individual in nature and involves three major truths
9. First, Conscience is a God-given capacity for human beings to exercise self-evaluation
10. Paul refers several times to his own Conscience being “good” or …
11. Conscience is a term that describes an aspect of a human being's self-awareness
12. Conscience is making a comeback among Christians
13. Over the past few years, the term Conscience has been increasingly referenced in debates occurring both in our churches (e.g., appeals to Conscience on moral issues) and the public square (e.g., defending the right of Conscience).
14. Conscience as a matter of education and perfectibility
15. As in all other concerns of education, so in the training of Conscience we must use the several means
16. Conscience then evaluates the choice one has made to determine whether or not the will of God has been observed
17. In making its judgment, Conscience is the application of the principles of morality rather than the source of those moral principles
18. If Conscience simply is the expression of moral intuition, and if individuals have significantly different and irreconcilable moral intuitions, then individuals also have significantly different and difficult-to-reconcile conscientious moral Consciences
19. Conscience as motivation to act morally
20. Conscience can also be conceived as our sense
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22. The word is translated from the Greek sy·neiʹde·sis, which is drawn from syn (with) and eiʹde·sis (knowledge) and thus means co-knowledge, or knowledge with oneself.Conscience is a capacity to look at oneself and render judgment about oneself, bear witness to oneself.
23. Your Conscience is your highest authority
24. 1949, Albert Einstein, as quoted by Virgil Henshaw in Albert Einstein: Philosopher Scientist, Never do anything against Conscience, even if the state demands it
25. Conscience helps us hear the voice of God; it helps us recognize the truth about God and the truth about how we ought to live
26. Conscience is "a judgment of reason" 1 by which we determine whether an action is right or wrong
27. Conscience is a term that describes an aspect of a human being's self-awareness
28. Conscience, pronounced "KAHN-shuhns," is a moral understanding, an inner feeling, of right and wrong
29. If you were a cartoon, your Conscience would be that little angel on your shoulder, telling you the right thing to do (and to ignore the little devil on the other side).
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31. See: (one's) Conscience is clean (one's) Conscience is clear a clean Conscience makes a soft pillow a guilty Conscience needs no accuser be on (one's) Conscience clear Conscience, to have a Conscience does make cowards of us all Conscience money dictates of Conscience eat (away) at (someone's) Conscience have (something) on (one's) Conscience have a
32. In all Conscience synonyms, in all Conscience pronunciation, in all Conscience translation, English dictionary definition of in all Conscience
33. Recognition of difference between right and wrong: His Conscience bothered him when he cheated on the test
34. Conscience is the detective that watches the direction of our steps and decries every conscious transgression
35. Conscience is a vigilant eye before which each imagination, thought, and act, is held up for either censure or approval
36. I believe there is no greater argument for the existence of God in the world today than Conscience.
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38. Conscience is the most dangerous thing you possess
39. Conscience is the second studio album, and fourth album overall, by English electronic music group The Beloved, released in February 1993.It reached #2 on the UK Albums Chart and includes "Sweet Harmony", the first single taken from the album and the first from the band to enter the Top 10 of the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 8
40. Conscience also features prominently in Buddhism
41. In the Pali scriptures, for example, Buddha links the positive aspect of Conscience to a pure heart and a calm, well-directed mind
42. Conscience is a powerful and remarkable facility that is distinctly human
43. Understand that Conscience is a judgment of reason
44. Conscience is not itself the source of the moral law
45. “Conscience”, by Kodak Black, features rap superstar Future exchanging verses with Kodak.
46. “The one thing that doesn’t abide by majority rule is a person’s Conscience,” he told Scout, his daughter
47. Guilty Conscience Lyrics: Meet Eddie, 23 years old / Fed up with life and the way things are going / (Damn, I'm going fucking insane) / He decides to rob a liquor store / (I gotta take this shit
48. Conscience money definition is - money paid usually anonymously to relieve the Conscience by restoring what has been wrongfully acquired.
49. Conscience definition: Conscience is doing what you believe is right even though it might be unpopular , Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
50. Conscience, noun [Latin , to know, to be privy to.]
51. Conscience translations: 良心；良知
52. The Conscience tells us that God exists but it does not tell us who that God is
53. Once a person comes to Jesus Christ as their Savior their Conscience can function as it was originally created.
54. With the aid of some session musicians & backing vocalists, "Conscience" finds the Beloved turning up the heat a few decibels---this is a very sultry, erotic synth-pop album that will surely get you and your significant other "in the mood," with Marsh's breathy lead …
55. Conscience Conscience MONEY GUILT » See Conscience MONEY » Conscience (Judges 17:2; Matthew 27:3,5) SIN MONEY » See Conscience MONEY DEAFNESS » FIGURATIVE » See Conscience, DEAD WAR » FIGURATIVE » With a good Conscience (1 Timothy 1:18,19)
56. Conscience n Conscience f → disclosures which have shocked the moral Conscience of the nation
57. To have a guilty Conscience avoir mauvaise Conscience to have a clear Conscience avoir la Conscience tranquille, avoir bonne Conscience in all Conscience, in Conscience en Conscience to have sth on one's Conscience avoir qch sur la Conscience
58. Referencing Conscience, CD, Album, RE, MOCCD13865, 538 860-4 This 2019 CD is a missed opportunity: If you're going to reissue this album (which has already on relased on CD prior), you should reissue a DELUXE 2-CD edition with many of the various 12" mixes issued of the singles, such as the epic Frankie Knuckles club mixes/dubs of MPB, 12
59. Amnesty International says it uses seven criteria to decide whether someone is a prisoner of Conscience, determining, among other things, that the person "has not used or …
60. "A Case of Conscience" by James Blish is an interesting science ficton novel which has held up fairly well