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A moral community is a group of people drawn together by a common interest in living according to a particular moral philosophy.
Moral communities are typically associated with a religion and advocate that religion's conception of a good life. The congregation of a church, synagogue, or mosque is a typical moral community. However, some moral communities are secular and advocate a secular ethics.
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