amorally


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without regard for morality

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In this regard, we now seem to face one moral crisis after another within health care, caused not by those few nurses who inexplicably choose to behave immorally or amorally, but by faulty staffing and skill-mix ratios, morally dubious management practices and unsafe workplaces.
HRM techniques are, therefore, understood as a non- neutral set of political tools that could be implemented amorally.
Further, whereas loyal and disciplined within the bounds of kinship and other narrow primordial affiliations, Thai-Chinese could act amorally in economic and other dealings with persons outside their affiliate structures.
She is more disembodied by her vocation, amorally observing herself at a distance.
This paper depicts the experience of teaching English literature in the Arab/Moslem world and recommends that, to avoid alienating students, literature should be taught amorally and encourage free interpretation.
The Darwinian economic principles amorally and, sometimes immorally employed by the corporate empires with scant respect for individuals, environments, communities, nations, and even governments wield enormous intrusive influence on the lives of individuals" (Abraham, 244).
It is not as though it is amorally written--there is an implicit code of ethics that drives "the life," restricted further by diet.
Although their crimes are frightful, one has to pity the teenagers involved because they seem amorally unaware of the consequences of their actions.
As a plant, then, a being can only live amorally, that is, outside the culturally acknowledged standards of moral behavior.