moral science

Science of mind, of right and wrong, conscience.

adjective: psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect

"If we believe," says Professor Sir G. G. Stokes, "that what are called the natural sciences spring from the same supreme source as those which are concerned with morals and Natural Theology in general, we may expect to find broad lines of analogy between the two; and thus it may conceivably happen that the investigations, which belong to natural science, may here and there afford us hints with respect even to the moral sciences, with which at first sight they might appear to have no connection. And if such are to be found, perhaps they are more likely to be indicated by one whose studies have lain mainly in the direction of those natural sciences than by one whose primary attention has been devoted to moral subjects." [More Science]

See Also

A New Creed
A New Creed the book
Moral Technology
More Science
Rudolf Steiner
spiritual science
The Holy Science
True Science
Vibratory Physics - True Science

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