- etherege, sir george,
- ethical culture,
- ethical hacker,
- ethical investment,
- ethical relativism
Origin of ethic
Examples from the Web for ethic
The ethic of reciprocity lies at its center: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
But if boxing is to become less perilous, the ethic has to change.Boxers, Be Brave and Quit Before Your Brain Turns to Mush|Gordon Marino|October 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The question now was where were the equivalents for the various Muslim ethic groups?NYPD on the Real ‘Enemies Within’: Going Undercover With Jihadis|Michael Daly|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Deep faith may resonate in our position, but it is the ethic of love that forces us to prayerfully reexamine our position.Moss to African-American Clergy: Don’t Abandon Obama Over Same-Sex Marriage|Otis Moss III|May 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In its practical activity there are also two degrees, the Economic and the Ethic, related to each other in the same way.Beauty and the Beast|Stewart A. McDowall
It is anarchism that is an ethic of slaves, for it is only the slave that chants the praises of anarchical liberty.Tragic Sense Of Life|Miguel de Unamuno
The other ethic, which is much worse than all the rest, is slave-trade.Riches of Grace|E. E. Byrum
It is amusing to observe the ease with which critics and historians despatch the Socratic ethic.Philosophy and The Social Problem|Will Durant
Such conceptions do not minister to heavenly-mindedness, or beget lives of ethic beauty.
Word Origin for ethic
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.