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  1. (plural of, ethos)
    • 1918: John Herbert Parsons, Mind and the Nation: a précis of applied psychology, p23
    • :From them sprang, all with a sense of dividing and mapping out boundaries, Moira (Destiny) and Nomos (Law), Nemos (Sanctuary) and Nemesis (Avenging Anger or Righteous Indignation), Ethea, the haunts of the country in which one ranges, and so customs, established behaviour, habits.
    • 1984: Eva Hauel Cadwallader, Searchlight on Values: Nicolai Hartmann"s Twentieth-century Value Platonism, p93
    • :Hartmann means this interpretation of what most would call historical historical relativism to apply also to the contemporaneous diversity of among cultures, sub-cultures, and (evidently) individuals who adopt the viewpoint of one of these.
    • 1994: Richard T. Hull, A Quarter Century of Value Inquiry, p180
    • :These three valuational attitudes form a triangle of mutually opposing .
    • 1996: Charles E. Scott, On the Advantages and Disadvantages of Ethics and Politics, p46
    • :The question arises from a limited ethos combined with its universalization, which transgresses its own limits, and its claim to authority over other .
    • 1997: Charles Olson et alii, Collected Prose, p358
    • :A politics of the order of the Athenian Three has no more person or in it " has only a psyche of halve to logos and their false conjunction supported by an invented episteme, an invented noun instead of a participle"
    • 2004: Michael J. Hyde, The Ethos of Rhetoric, pXVI
    • :This question echoes the earliest use of ethos that dates back to Homer and Hesiod, influences Isocrates" theory of rhetoric and moral character, and, as Charles Chamberlain notes, "refers to the range or arena where someone is most truly at home and which underlies all the fine appearances "habits" and "customs": also that people adopt".
    • 2006: Chanju Mun, Buddhism And Peace: Theory And Practice, p224
    • :The place of this region is called the of animals and refers to the place outside the domain of Greek culture, to the place of the barbarian who resists domestication.

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