ethics[ eth-iks ]SEE DEFINITION OF ethics
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Restoration calls, however, not for changes in ethics alone.
And I pause, true to the ethics of journalism; it's my duty not to leave just yet.
What was the stanchest code of ethics but a trunk with a series of false bottoms?
But to call this ethics 'philanthropy' is the strangest of mistakes.
In short, ethics has been more or less confounded with sexuality.
He had written a treatise on ethics which on some points anticipated Kant.
And how could one with that mara upon him, write of the ethics of life and religion?
First ethics, then politics—this is the order of ideas to us; the reverse is the order of history.
For these reasons 'the greatest happiness' principle is not the true foundation of ethics.
This, in the language of Kant, is the sphere of the metaphysic of ethics.