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  • n. Lack or absence of morality.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of being amoral


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  • The characters are well developed enough, and their relentless amorality is fairly well-portrayed.

    Lip curls, eyes roll, heart reluctantly races

  • The rationale behind societal amorality is the myopic question: "How does my immoral behavior hurt you?"

    Our Pal Joey?

  • Moral ambiguity I can handle, amorality is harder for me to immerse myself in, but I want to write a fully developed villain, so Iā€™m having to figure it out.

    Perception vs Reality « A Little Imagination

  • That is exactly why "self-sacrificing" or "altruistic" behavior is such a problem for a theory, evolution, grounded in amorality.

    Carry-Over Thread

  • Not that people shouldn't be wary of others, and take precautions -- but that there is a kind of amorality to trolls which is highly creepy.

    "Trolling is basically Internet eugenics... I want everyone off the Internet. Bloggers are filth. They need to be destroyed."

  • Brian's view could be best expressed charitably as a some type of transnational amorality, meaning the US should not look after its own interests because they are no more important then the interest of any other nation-state or peoples the same with socio-political values, national security and established borders.

    What is up with Econolog? « PurpleSlog ā€“ Awesomeness & Modesty Meets Sexy

  • Usually those who dislike it have a bad reaction to Quinn's "amorality" about killing.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • Such a seemingly innocuous observation, yet as Logan evolves from student, to writer, to secret agent, to art gallery dealer, we see how it informs a kind of amorality in his character that propels him to sleep with his college mate's girlfriend and, later, the same man's wife, marry a woman he doesn't love and then push her aside when he meets the real love of his life.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Bankers and their apologists bemoaning the "amorality" of walking away from an underwater mortgage (or anything else)?

    Abnormal Returns Now

  • Dacre, who has edited the Daily Mail since 1992 and currently chairs the Press Complaints Commission's editors 'code of practice committee, made his comments at a meeting of the Society of Editors, in which he argued that Eady had a virtual monopoly over case law in the area of privacy, meaning that the common law was being shaped by his own "amorality".

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