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“Slide 5: Variations on the word « Ethics » « Ethos » in Greek: custom, habit, way of behaving in an environment The primary meaning of «Ethos» or «Ethics»* has therefore to do with: making your way, positioning yourself in an environment Ethics is a human activity.”
“Ethos is your character, your integrity … who you are.”
“Solworth is building an operating system he calls Ethos -- essentially a blueprint for an OS that ratchets up security in ways not yet considered or believed necessary when operating systems like Windows, Mac and Linux were conceived.”
“Overall, past lessons regarding the remuneration system have not been learnt," said Ethos, which is recommending shareholders vote down the pay report.”
“Swiss activist funds such as Ethos and Actares have said that Mr. Ospel should resign.”
“Or main problem is our constant inability to reflect this "Ethos" as a central thread running through our manifesto and effectively communicate it to the electorate.”
“Ethos" was the name Aristotle gave to that part of rhetoric that establishes the speaker's bona fides.”
“Dr. Thomas Arnold, the founder of the school "Ethos" in 19th century in England, suggested that fabricating Greek legents will profoundly bimprove the English image, even more than the Greek image.”
“First of all, I'd like to wish a fond farewell to Ethan "Ethos" Pipher.”
“His accompaniment, throughout that album and a prepossessing sequel - "Ethos," released on Greg Osby's label, Inner Circle, this year - has revolved around a euphonious blend of vibraphone and electric guitar.”
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