Definition of Ethicises
1. ethicise [v] - See also: ethicise
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethicises
Literary usage of Ethicises
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Types of Ethical Theory by James Martineau (1889)
"... and by naturalising Ethics reverses the idealising process which rather ethicises Nature. It subjugates character to Science, instead of freeing it into ..."
2. Evolutionism and Idealism in Ethics by Frederick Cohn (1909)
"Cf. Martineau, "Naturalizing ethics rather reverses the idealising process which rather ethicises nature. ..."
3. The Doctrine of the Atonement by John Kenneth Mozley (1916)
"1 Though it is true that the author ' ethicises the whole subject of sacrifice,' there is no suggestion that the Levitical cultus did not seek for true ..."
4. On Shibboleths by William Samuel Lilly (1892)
"It looks without, to mechanism, for what can be effected only by dealing with the springs of action within. The Utilitarian philosophy de-ethicises ..."