Classified in Philosophy and ethics

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Circumstances - The conditions or facts attending an event and having some bearing on it.
Discernment - A decision-making process that attends to the implications and consequences of an action or choice
Intention - The aim or objective of a course of action
Means - A method, course of or instrument by which something can be accomplished
Moral Object - The moral content of an action that suggests whether the action is directed toward the true good
Prudence - The moral virtue that inclines us to lead good ethical, and moral lives of action

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