- n. The state, quality, or manner of being ethical.
“Essentially, the story is about what happens when the superheroes begin to realize just how much their lives have been influenced by the interference of amoral space gods - down to the very ideas of morality and ethicality.”
“Researchers asked 152 undergraduates to imagine themselves in two scenarios and to assign each a "rating of ethicality" — some listening to the scenarios with their eyes open, others listening with them shut.”
“Thus our research suggests that simple changes to how people decide can yield substantial improvements in ethicality.”
“The mining of online disclosures for lawyers 'clients has become such a widespread practice that it now requires a bar association's opinion as to the ethicality of such efforts.”
“I made no strawman argument – I said outright that the state reasonably has an interest in determining the ethicality of a guardian's desire in a case like this.”
“All three are so superior to Bush in level of consciousness, ethicality and ability to reason and apply logic.”
“Time to imbue the curriculums with courses on responsible citizenry and unbounded ethicality (maybe b-schools can indoctrinate MBAs into always ceding their bus seat to old ladies?); that, goes the argument, will prevent any future similar mishap.”
“Unilateral mass murder and aerial bombardment have been justified in the name of national security regardless of their effectiveness in promoting security or their ethicality.”
“It was CREW which reported Jefferson (D-LA) to Congress, et al. You made no mention of that fact -- ethicality -- because obviously not a coin among the small change with which you "reason".”
“People think they are more ethical than others; and they rewrite their past (and future) ethicality relative to current actions.”
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