- well as the 21st century, moralists
in the United States turned their attention
the pro-life movement. Moralists
have also focused
to Moralism, a philosophy
in the 19th century French Moralists
to a tradition
- The French Moralists
(French, les moralistes
) were those writers continuing
de Montaigne's Essays...
- The Moralist
(Italian: Il moralista) is a 1959 Italian comedy
Bianchi. Starring Alberto Sordi
de Sica, it satirises...
- Freud: The Mind of the Moralist
(1959; second edition
1961; third edition
1979) is a book about Sigmund
Freud, the founder
of psychoanalysis, by the sociologist...
of homo****uality. Corvino
is sometimes referred
to as "The **** Moralist
", a sobriquet
he ****umed while writing
of the same name. John...
- 7 May 1754 in Montignac, Périgord – 4 May 1824 in Paris) was a French moralist
and essayist, remembered today largely
for his Pensées (Thoughts), which...
- eighteenth-century Scottish Enlightenment
physician, medical writer
was born in Aberdeen, Scotland
to the professor
- military junta
of 1967–1974. Ioannidis
a "purist and a moralist
, a type of Gr**** Gaddafi". Ioannidis
was born in Athens
to a wealthy, upper...
- Chicago: John C. Winston
Co., 1924; p. 50. O'Toole, Patricia
(2018). The Moralist
: Woodrow Wilson
and the World
He Made. Simon
& Schuster. ISBN 978-0-7432-9809-4...