Moral isolationism | definition of moral isolationism by Medical dictionary
A philosophical view based on the premise that one can understand only the ethics and values of one's own family, clan, culture, or society and not those of others.
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Its simplicity, attractive to desert tribes, produced a moral isolationism
that idealized the time of the Prophet and was intolerant of diversity.
The campus almost seems to be designed, geographically, to inculcate moral isolationism
This part then traces the butler and the housekeeper's common lapse into moral isolationism
, which is not a logical consequence of either theory.