Remorse: n. sensing guilt and badness after having done a bad and/or wrong subset(s) which is frequently an immoral behavior(s) and/or offense(s) and wishing the behavior had never existed
Most of us have a moral sense of what is right and wrong and feel bad, guilty, or have remorse if we lie, steal, or commit adultery.
There are psychopaths and humans who do not have much of a moral conscience and do not feel remorse after lying or an act of adultery. Some even don’t feel remorse after stealing and getting away with it.
Remorse is something moral humans feel and it frequently prevents them from doing an immoral act again if they make a mistake and do something bad or immoral. Remorseful humans feel guilty and try not to repeat bad or immoral mistakes the next time around.
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