1. The compulsions brought on by our sensitivity to one another; Doing what we know to be right, regardless of how difficult it may be.

2. The compulsions brought on by religious teachings free of common sense; an excuse to attempt to aid the people around you, regardless of whether your help is wanted or needed.
1. We have a moral obligation to help the victims of natural disasters.

2. The president has a moral obligation to spread his religion.
作者 Somebody Else 2005年2月22日

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