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Definition of Ethicality
1. [n -TIES]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethicality
Literary usage of Ethicality
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ethics of Hegel: Translated Selections from His "Rechtsphilosophie," by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1893)
"ethicality, or the ethical world of concrete social life, is the Idea of freedom, ... ethicality is the concept of freedom, developed into the present ..."
2. Philosophy and Theology: Being the First Edinburgh University Gifford Lectures by James Hutchison Stirling (1890)
"... Design restored—Thomson—Diogenes of Apollonia—Socrates— Meteorology and practical action—Morality and ethicality— The first teleological argument—Proofs ..."
3. The Syllogistic Philosophy Or Prolegomena to Science by Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1906)
"Personal ethicality is the Law of the Utterance or Realization of Personal Concepts in Personal Words, and Social ethicality is the Law of the Utterance or ..."
4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1895)
"Precisely, however, because organic finality is itself both immanent and exient, personal ethicality becomes intelligible only as egoistic and altruistic in ..."
5. A History of Philosophy, from Thales to the Present Time by Friedrich Ueberweg, Noah Porter (1876)
"In the natural unity of the individual with the universal end lies the natural, substantial ethicality, to which Socrates opposed morality, which latter ..."
6. G. W. F. Hegel's Theory of Right, Duties and Religion: Translation, with a by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1892)
"... the subsumption of the universal under the particular—negative ethicality, ... adequacy of particular to universal and vice versa, absolute ethicality. ..."
7. A History of Modern Philosophy: (From the Renaissance to the Present) by Benjamin Chapman Burt (1892)
"In ethicality, what, as duty, ought to be is / the disposition of individuals is the knowledge of the identity of all their interests with the whole; ..."