Definition of Ethicised
1. ethicise [v] - See also: ethicise
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethicised
Literary usage of Ethicised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Faith and Immortality: A Study of the Christian Doctrine of the Life to Come by Ebenezer Griffith-Jones (1917)
"It will be an ethicised society which has left sin with all its individual disabilities and social dis- 1 Charles, A Critical History of the Doctrine of a ..."
2. Catalogue by Toronto Mechanics' Institute Library (1910)
"In this conception of God, Christ made the ethical to take precedence of the metaphysical, and ethicised the metaphysical by the subordination which ..."
3. Heroines of Fiction by William Dean Howells (1903)
"Trollope outlived himself, and George Eliot died after the distinct decline of her too deeply ethicised art; and there was a moment when William Black might ..."
4. The Environment of Early Christianity by Samuel Angus (1915)
"The future was increasingly ethicised from the days of Orphism and especially of Plato. Plutarch is an advocate of immortality, ..."
5. The Mercersburg Review by Alumni Association, Pa.) Marshall College (Mercersburg (1850)
"The sexual tendency ethicised in this way, and sublimated into the sphere of personality, becomes love. This is always in its very nature something moral ..."
6. Primitive Christianity: Its Writings and Teachings in Their Historical by Otto Pfleiderer (1906)
"Thus it was by his doctrine of the Spirit that he restrained and ethicised the primitive Christian enthusiasm, moderated the unhealthy ..."
7. The Philosophy of Religion on the Basis of Its History by Otto Pfleiderer (1888)
"... following the national peculiarities of various peoples, led in the case of some to a systematised and ethicised Polytheism, with others to a Spiritism, ..."