amorally


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without regard for morality

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We are told that the concerned citizen is "the average citizen": "neither morally perfect nor immorally wicked nor even amorally indifferent," of "limited (but by no means insignificant) altruism and sympathy," and someone "who in the vast preponderance of circumstances is law abiding" (p.
They can function amorally or immorally, apolitically or very politically indeed--as the gyrations surrounding News Corp in the United Kingdom currently demonstrate.
(72) He is able to see now with his own eyes (as it were) that God has "rightfully," or "justly," and not immorally or amorally, decided to make and to shape the world (and in microcosm, his own life) in this unexpected, undeserved, and painful way, including inexplicably great violence, disorder, suffering, and injustice.
Reestablishing the relationship between the reign of the guillotine and the abolition of slavery thus helped to bring the Terror--and its leading characters--back into amorally complex field of analysis.
It's as if we accumulate moral points for ethical actions, and having accumulated "enough" we are free to act amorally, or even immorally.
But Junior badly needs transformation because Morrison makes us understand that the girl is essentially, amorally, dedicated to survival at any cost.
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. Put another way, they are a package of devices that seek to make people 'governable'.
If he could amorally buy into It" and be bought by "It" what hope
She is more disembodied by her vocation, amorally observing herself at a distance.
The latter strand is most evident in McDonald's superbly driven portrayal of amorally ambitious politician Eggs, who claws his way through the action like some modern-day Richard III.
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).