Anti-morality



conformity to the rules of right conduct; or virtuous conduct.
quality or character.
virtue in sexual matters; chastity.
a doctrine or system of .
instruction; a lesson, precept, discourse, or utterance.
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Contemporary Examples

Even if it is an anti-morality tale, it tells a big story with swagger.
Why No Oscar Love For ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’? Tim Teeman January 19, 2014

noun (pl) -ties
the quality of being moral
conformity, or degree of conformity, to conventional standards of moral conduct
a system of moral principles
an instruction or lesson in morals
short for morality play
n.

late 14c., “moral qualities,” from Old French moralité “moral (of a story); moral instruction; morals, moral character” (13c.) and directly from Late Latin moralitatem (nominative moralitas) “manner, character,” from Latin moralis (see moral (adj.)). Meaning “goodness” is attested from 1590s.

Where there is no free agency, there can be no morality. Where there is no temptation, there can be little claim to virtue. Where the routine is rigorously proscribed by law, the law, and not the man, must have the credit of the conduct. [William H. Prescott, “History of the Conquest of Peru,” 1847]

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