Ethic

  • (noun): A system of principles governing morality and acceptable conduct.
    Synonyms: ethical code
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on ethic:

Sociology Of Religion (book) - Table of Contents - (B) Emergence of Religion
... God e) Divination f) God of Law g) Impersonal Powers 4) Development Of Religious Ethic a) Taboo b) Totemism c) Table-Community d) Taboo and Social ...
Ancient Near East Mythology - Mesopotamia - Ethic
... This factor appears to less advantage in the unfolding of the views concerning life after death ... Throughout all periods of Babylonian-Assyrian history, the conception prevailed of a large dark cavern below the earth, not far from the Apsu— the fresh water abyss encircling and flowing underneath the earth — in which all the dead were gathered and where they led a miserable existence of inactivity, amid gloom and dust ...
M. A. Mansoor - Ethic
... After Howard Carter discovered Tutankhamon's tomb in 1922, tourists and art lovers from all over the world began to visit Egypt in ever increasing numbers ... Mansoor's business flourished there was a constant demand for antiquities ...
Nakaluluwag
... (variants nakakaluwang or nakaluluwang) is a Filipino ethic wherein the well-off are socially and morally obligated to help those in need ... in the 16th Century, the indigenous Filipino ethic was somehow refined to benevolence to all those in need, in general ... has become synonymous with simple money lending, while the ethic nakaluluwag involves giving ...
Trevor Hoffman - Player Profile - Work Ethic
... His work ethic is unbelievable." Bochy said, " one of those guys like Tony Gwynn—they never feel like they've arrived ... his 600th save, Macha said Hoffman's "work ethic and perseverance paid off.. ...

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Famous quotes containing the word ethic:

    I’m a Sunday School teacher, and I’ve always known that the structure of law is founded on the Christian ethic that you shall love the Lord your God and your neighbor as yourself—a very high and perfect standard. We all know the fallibility of man, and the contentions in society, as described by Reinhold Niebuhr and many others, don’t permit us to achieve perfection.
    Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)