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A moralist is a person for whom moral conduct, morality, and the correctness of moral thought are paramount.

The 'moralist point of view', for example, will be largely based on established, universally understood moral logic, and this point of view would differ drastically from that of a capitalist, or a socialist or a relativist.

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