Ethical Culture

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Eth′ical Cul′ture


n.
a movement founded by Felix Adler in 1876 that stresses ethical behavior independent of religious beliefs.
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Making a case for the protection of whistleblowers and for those who speak out, the book concludes by looking forwards to a more ethical society thanks to whistleblowers.
Irrespective of the healthcare on offer, an ethical society is one where the healthcare services provided are accessible to all, irrespective of social determinants such as class, wealth and social position.
And it shows the larger community how comprehensive character education serves as the foundation for a more intelligent, hardworking, and ethical society.
I urge anyone to consider visiting our ethical society on this wonderful day or plan similar activities at humanist organizations in your area.
We can have a better society, a more ethical society, a happier society.
of Hull) have collected a number of previously unpublished lectures that he delivered to the South Place Ethical Society in London, along with typescript versions of two lectures published in 1938.
In order to shape an ethical society, the Commission has recommended to the Government to include education on ethics as part of the school curriculum, Thomas informed.
Her visit was sponsored by the Ethical Society of St.
These persons are capable of contributing positively in the development, growth and maintenance of ethical society.
And indeed Jewish philosophers like Hermann Cohen have underscored that creating a more ethical society is Judiasm's specific religious mission.
For instance, the inclusion of the article, "Smith, Friedman and Self-Interest in Ethical Society," by Harvey S.
The mission of Project 2061, in fact, ties science education directly to citizenry in a responsible, ethical society.