So Audi must say that I amorally
ignore my moral obligations, lack the relevant moral concepts, misapply them, or am morally insensitive and morally uneducated.
If you remember the groundbreaking movie, "2001: A Space Odyssey," the most important character was HAL, the computer who was amorally
programmed to eliminate human folly.
Materially, military necessity is a matter of amorally
Mavis has a big mouth, confides ugly thoughts to friends and strangers alike, and can be crass and uncouth while flirting amorally
with her former teenage boyfriend, Buddy Slade (Wilson), who is happily married and whose wife, Beth (Reiser), has just had a daughter and pounds drums badly in a local band.
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.
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.
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.