Week 5_CheckPoint_Moral Character Viewpoints

Week 5_CheckPoint_Moral Character Viewpoints - Moral...

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Moral Character Viewpoints CheckPoint The viewpoint that majority of the class agreed upon is the fact that religion, one’s beliefs, as well as others can be influence on both our habits and moral character. These influences are justified by our moral character being partly innate while the rest is developed through ones family, friends, the environment they live in, and the society as a whole. With that being said several of the habits that we develop are a reflection of our surroundings and up bringing, especially, being that our peers play a big part in the influential and development stages of our good and bad habits. Majority of the class agree that who we are being influenced by in our lives will certainly have a hand in the habits and moral character we develop along the way. We also agree that it is in your best interest to be a leader and not a follower. In my own opinion, I say the same thing but I also like to add that if you choose to follow anyone just be sure that they are
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