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noun 
  1. The process of answer, answering moral or ethical questions via interpretation of rules of ethics or cases that illustrate such rules.
  2. rationalization, Rationalization, that is, a bogus argument designed to defend an action or feeling.
(seeCites) Etymology: From French casuiste, in turn from Latin casus, meaning "a chance." First recorded use in 1725.


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