ethic definition

  • noun:
    • A set of concepts of correct conduct.
    • A theory or a system of moral values: "An ethic of service has reached war with a craving for gain” ( Gregg Easterbrook).
    • the analysis for the basic nature of morals and of the particular ethical choices to-be produced by people; ethical viewpoint.
    • the principles or standards governing the conduct of someone and/or people in a profession: health ethics.
    • a couple of principles of right and incorrect behaviour leading, or agent of, a specific tradition, culture, team, or individual.
    • the morality of an action
    • the principles of right and incorrect being accepted by a person or a social team.
    • something of concepts regulating morality and appropriate conduct.
    • Same as ethics.
    • something of principles governing morality and acceptable conduct
    • the concepts of right and incorrect that are accepted by an individual or a social team
  • adjective:
    • Moral, relating to morals.
    • Of, or belonging to, morals; treating regarding the moral feelings or responsibilities; containing percepts of morality; moral
  • others:
    • Same as ethical.

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