Ethical Culture

  1. a movement founded by Felix Adler in 1876 that stresses the importance of ethical behavior independent of religious beliefs. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Ethical Culture in a sentence

  • But he'd be in throuble with a couple iv mimbers iv th' Ethical Culture Society that came to him at th' same moment.

    Mr. Dooley Says | Finley Dunne
  • When religion departs from the emotional phase it becomes merely a "school of philosophy," or an "Ethical Culture society."

    Your Mind and How to Use It | William Walker Atkinson
  • Long before the introduction of Christianity in the East, Athens was a beacon-light of religious and Ethical Culture.

    Old Continental Towns | Walter M. Gallichan
  • Ethical Culture, like æsthetic culture, means a continual casting aside of early illusory habits of intuition.

    Illusions | James Sully
  • Even the refined ethical-culture groups had no sneer for Father Damon.

    The Golden House | Charles Dudley Warner