But if boxing is to become less perilous, the ethic has to change.
The question now was where were the equivalents for the various Muslim ethic groups?
Deep faith may resonate in our position, but it is the ethic of love that forces us to prayerfully reexamine our position.
The ethic of reciprocity lies at its center: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
There is matter for thought in the fact that the Christian ethic has been called an ethic of slaves.
ethic on its didactic side is outside his business altogether.
In the "philosophy of religion" we had still men and women, but in the "ethic" this final distinction vanishes.
The pathos confronts us too exclusively, not modified by any ethic principle.
All ethic deems intentional infliction of injury justified by necessity; that is when it is a matter of self preservation.
It was the ethic of a professional bowler and the religion of a banker.
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.