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The attitude is the basic attitude or way of thinking of a person limited by values and morals , which can be regarded as the basis of the actions, goals, statements and judgments of the person. Whether the disposition or the act itself constitutes the morality of an action is a problem of ethics .

The Austrian philosopher Rudolf Eisler described the attitude as:

"Mindset, habitus of will, permanent direction of will, motivation for action in ethical terms, the emotional notions from which the will arises."

- Eisler, Rudolf: Dictionary of Philosophical Terms, Volume 1. Berlin 1904, p. 383.

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  1. ^ Rudolf Eisler