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Definition of Ethicalness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Ethicalness
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1. The State and the Church by John Augustine Ryan, Moorhouse F. X. Millar (1922)
"... or ethicalness at all in it; nothing of equity and philanthrophy . . . nothing of public and common concern, but all private and selfish. ..."
2. The True Intellectual System of the Universe: Wherein All the Reason and by Ralph Cudworth, Johann Lorenz Mosheim (1845)
"... or ethicalness at all in it ; nothing of equity and philanthropy (there being no other charity or benevolence any where, according to them, ..."
3. Herbart's ABC of Sense-perception, and Minor Pedagogical Works by Johann Friedrich Herbart (1896)
"... self-criticism, and humility, which constitute the crown of ethicalness. The quality of the construction must be such as to expel every foreign element. ..."
4. Autology: An Inductive System of Mental Science; Whose Centre is the Will by David Henry Hamilton (1873)
"... freedom, affection, intelligence, and ethicalness in force, as in man, or spirit; making a person having will, affections, intellect, and conscience. e. ..."
5. Yale Lectures on Preaching by Henry Ward Beecher (1902)
"... and a certain element of righteousness and ethicalness, in Congregational and Presbyterian churches that is pre-eminently fundamental in a community. ..."