Digest of terms

moral competence

as a general concept this covers the capacity to think and feel morally, and to act accordingly. It is used more technically in the legal sense of evidence that a person possesses this capacity sufficient for their being held responsible for making certain decisions or performing certain actions. Evidence to the contrary may be sensitive to such as age, intellectual development, health condition, and state of mind.

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