Synonyms for ethic
- ethical code
- ethical values
- moral philosophy
- set of values
Antonyms for ethic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ETHIC
Ethic on its didactic side is outside his business altogether.
The pathos confronts us too exclusively, not modified by any ethic principle.
It was the ethic of a professional bowler and the religion of a banker.
To others he only spoke of his ethic epistles in the "Horatian way."
But this ethic had been preached centuries before His supposed advent.
No ethic is genuine unless it bears the hall-mark of the Church.
The Christian ethic, to the bewildered chagrin of its advocates, has triumphed.
An ethic of force, an ethic of destruction, was being preached.
The other ethic, which is much worse than all the rest, is slave-trade.
The way thereto in practice is by the ethic of mutual imposition.
late 14c., ethik "study of morals," from Old French etique (13c.), from Late Latin ethica, from Greek ethike philosophia "moral philosophy," fem. of ethikos "ethical," from ethos "moral character," related to ethos "custom" (see ethos). Meaning "a person's moral principles" is attested from 1650s.