amorality


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the quality of being amoral

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In his programme notes, John Caird, the original director of this production, suggests that in the light of recent stories of sexual harassment in high places, this tale of sexual obsession and amorality is as relevant today as when the opera was first performed in October, 1787.
"Corruption, as well as lawlessness, irresponsibility and amorality tend to flourish in closed systems.
("A homely woman," she tells herself, "is an invisible thing.") She feels no guilt and is at a loss for why amorality hasn't garnered her greater reward.
One expects amorality from Eversource and Hydro-Quebec, corporations predicated on exploitation of people and resources, as recent events show.
And David Mikics examined the sickening cost of Lenin's revolution, and why, a century later, its amorality is still with us.
The letters are based on a clinical situation or develop a point of theory, and topics include transference, Francoise Dolto and psychoanalytic amorality, D.W.
Characters are consistently undermined, their faults (whether dissembling, amorality, misogyny, or disorderly sexuality) pitilessly exposed.
"Bokova's nomination will show the amorality and the uselessness of the United Nations, if the organization even considers such candidacy," contends Dr.
An unflinching portrait of amorality. *** (2006/15)
It's an unflinching portrait of real life amorality, with some harrowing violence.
A fair amount of the art loosely designated "post-Internet" seems to be characterized by a curious amorality. So what happens when technological affirmation meets an idea of "socially aware" art as an experimental laboratory?
They navigate the disquieting worlds of country music has-been's, medical center intrigue, scheming professors, shady business dealings, and pervasive amorality, eventually arriving at a shocking but undeniable conclusion.
In and out of this dazzling re-construction of Oppenheimer's world, re-imagined superbly well by its author, Tom Morton-Smith, a world with its bitching colleagues and its sexual free-wheeling and amorality, you get a distinct feeling that all the participating scientists are far less concerned with the death of an individual Japanese citizen than they are with the numerical equations sketched out on the blackboard.
The ravaging amorality of pop culture and mass media is a persistent theme -- several episodes underscore the Orwellian potential of television and especially shows like "American Idol.'' (Brooker also made a miniseries, "Dead Set,'' in 2008, about a "Big Brother'' reality series during a zombie apocalypse.)
<![CDATA[ Jonathan Pollard was rebuffed in the US administration's parole board in an act devoid of mercy or any consideration for acts that likely saved thousands, because the polity of Obama's administration is one of extreme amorality.]]>