Definition of Ethicise
1. ethicize [v ETHICISED, ETHICISING, ETHICISES] - See also: ethicize
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Literary usage of Ethicise
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rome, Reform and Reaction: Four Lectures on the Religious Situation by Peter Taylor Forsyth (1899)
"True faith in an act like the cross, and in a person like Christ, must inevitably ethicise itself. Its nature, because of its object, is a spiritual ethic, ..."
2. Primitive Christianity: Its Writings and Teachings in Their Historical by Otto Pfleiderer (1906)
"This effort to ethicise the religious enthusiasm while freely acknowledging its religious significance, is characteristic of Paul, and testifies not only to ..."
3. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1913)
"417: "This of course does not carry us once more beyond the moral relations of love and trust; that were to de- ethicise Sonship all over again. ..."
4. Anselm's Theory of the Atonement by George Cadwalader Foley, ( (1908)
"... weight down to our own day, although it has suffered considerable modifications in form, in the endeavour to "ethicise the conception of satisfaction. ..."
5. The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature by Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond (1893)
"... but in the perfection of moral qualities; and the task of Dr Fairbairn's reconstruction is, as he himself puts it, completely to " ethicise " the notion ..."
6. Ethical Democracy: Essays in Social Dynamics by Stanton Coit (1900)
"... sort of woman to participate in politics; but to ethicise the aims of all sorts and conditions of women has not been avowed as a part of their politics. ..."