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Ethical Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
Middle English etik, from Latin ethicus, from Greek ēthikos, from ēthos character - more at sib. Learn More About ethical. Post the Definition of ethical to Facebook Share the Definition of ethical on Twitter Time Traveler for ethical. The first known use of ethical was circa 1573.
Ethics - Wikipedia.
Ethical intuitionism also called moral intuitionism is a family of views in moral epistemology and, on some definitions, metaphysics At minimum, ethical intuitionism is the thesis that our intuitive awareness of value, or intuitive knowledge of evaluative facts, forms the foundation of our ethical knowledge.
ETHICAL meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Europe's' varied cultural, political and ethical norms. a minefield of ethical problems. It may be feasible to clone human beings, but is it ethical? Ethical pensions are appreciated for their ability to offer relief from guilt as well as from tax.
ethical Wiktionary.
ethical at OneLook Dictionary Search. ethical in Keywords for Today: A 21st Century Vocabulary, edited by The Keywords Project, Colin MacCabe, Holly Yanacek, 2018. ethical in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co, New York, 1911. ethical in Websters Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G.
Ethical - Definition, Meaning Synonyms
An ethical teacher will grade your papers honestly - even if she catches you sticking your tongue out at her. Ethical comes from the Greek ethos moral" character" and describes a person or behavior as right in the moral sense - truthful, fair, and honest.

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