ethical

[ eth-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF ethical

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Tears, of course, except in the privacy of one's closet, were not ethical on the Street.

He might as well say that John Bunyan was deficient in ethical instincts.

Beneath the surface of his jokes there is moral earnestness, there is ethical passion.

They have all provided ways and means for our ethical evolution.

It is for you, gentlemen, to see that moral and ethical progress is unbroken.

There is an ethical universal or idea, but is there also a universal of physics?

Two arguments of this ethical character occur in the Phaedo.

The ethical proof of the immortality of the soul is derived from the necessity of retribution.

But you might still have given your ethical sanction to trade.

Politics were for him the art of the possible enlarged by the negation of the ethical.

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