(1) Ability to distinguish bet. right and wrong; believed by such 18th-c. Brit. philosophers in the mind as a result of the assoc. of ideas; pleasure is felt when right is approved, displeasure when wrong is disapproved; (2) in common usage the term often implies some aspect of conscience*; (3) See Exegesis, 3, 5.
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