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the thought processes characteristic of an individual or group

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(anthropology) the distinctive spirit of a culture or an era

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Insofar as school ethoses fulfill this function, differences between the motivational profiles emerge, which translate into differences in mean FTP extension for the different groups, regardless of social class.
A particular teleos can be evaluated in several different ethoses.
Relationship of Ethoses. Let us call the common ethos of two teleons
The resulting cultural communities are typically independent of geography, as their ethoses are transmitted through means other than spatial proximity.
The more that national and international communications replace geographic and regionally defined culture, the greater the impetus for the proliferation of new (albeit narrower) ethoses. Homogenization implies a pool of customers who receive common information from common outside sources, whether it be newspapers, television, or the Internet.
Dagan argues that restitutionary choices within a culture track attitudes towards property and personhood; overarching patterns across cultures reflect divergent national ethoses. Restitution is a window into a larger project of social understanding.
The second project is more ambitious yet: to look across national legal systems and show how distinct national ethoses animate broader restitutionary patterns.
Institutions, mass movements, collective ethoses are, after all, but the systematizations of individual human impulses.
TWO opposing footballing ethoses renew battle this evening with Everton determined to prove once again that money does not necessarily buy success.