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Man is an ethical animal—or, at least, he is more ethical than any other animal.

In spirit the Epistles are more ethical and meditative than the Satires.

It is a deeper and more ethical welfare than that which can be put in the bank.

More than that, the Christian belief in immortality is more ethical.

But in the Far East the doctrine became less pantheistic and more ethical than the corresponding Indian ideas.

No more ethical foolery; no more pragmatic insolence; no more mystical rhetoric.

The hymns addressed to him are more ethical and devout in tone than any others.

That the main trend of things is for better, more ethical, more just relationship, I do not doubt.

Its tendency was less speculative, more ethical and practical than in the earlier time.

The value of all the proposed teaching concerning the relation of immorality and social diseases is more ethical than hygienic.