Constitutional morality versus public morality

The literature suggests that the concept of ‘morality’ is drawn from the French concept of ‘bonnes mœurs’, which is understood as ‘the degree of conformity to moral principles (especially good)’, whereas ‘ordre public’ is an evolutionary concept that expresses concerns about ‘matters threatening the social structures of civil society as such’.

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