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ethics ::: 1. A system of moral principles. 2. The branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions. **ethics’. :::

ethical ::: a. --> Of, or belonging to, morals; treating of the moral feelings or duties; containing percepts of morality; moral; as, ethic discourses or epistles; an ethical system; ethical philosophy.

ethically ::: adv. --> According to, in harmony with, moral principles or character.

ethic ::: a. --> Alt. of Ethical

ethicist ::: n. --> One who is versed in ethics, or has written on ethics.

ethics ::: n. --> The science of human duty; the body of rules of duty drawn from this science; a particular system of principles and rules concerting duty, whether true or false; rules of practice in respect to a single class of human actions; as, political or social ethics; medical ethics.

Ethical formalism: (Kantian) Despite the historical over-shadowing of Kant's ethical position by the influence of The Critique of Pure Reason upon the philosophy of the past century and a half, Kant's own (declared) major interest, almost from the very beginning, was in moral philosophy. Even the Critique of Pure Reason itself was written only in order to clear the ground for dealing adequately with the field of ethics in the Grundlegung zur Metapkysik der Sttten (1785), in the Kritik der Praktischen Vernunft (1788), and in the Metaphysik der Sitten (1797). By the end of the seventeen-sixties Kant was ready to discard every prior ethical theory, from the earlv Greeks to Baumgarten, Rousseau, and the British moralists, finding, all of them, despite the wide divergencies among them, equally dogmatic and unacceptable. Each of the older theories he found covertly to rely upon some dogmatic criterion or other, be it a substantive "principle," an intuition, or an equally substantive "sense." Every such ethical theory fails to deal with ethical issues as genuinely problematic, since it is amenable to some "demonstrative" preconceived criterion.

Ethical Hedonism: See Hedonism, ethical. Ethical relativism: The view that ethical truths are relative -- that the rightness of an action and the goodness of an object depend on or consist in the attitude taken towards it by some individual or group, and hence may vary from individual to individual or from group to group. See Absolutism. -- W.K.F.

Ethical rule: See Rule. Ethics: (Gr. ta ethika, from ethos) Ethics (also referred to as moral philosophy) is that study or discipline which concerns itself with judgments of approval and disapproval, judgments as to the rightness or wrongness, goodness or badness, virtue or vice, desirability or wisdom of actions, dispositions, ends, objects, or states of affairs. There are two main directions which this study may take. It may concern itself with a psychological or sociological analysis and explanation of our ethical judgments, showing what our approvals and disapprovals consist in and why we approve or disapprove what we do. Or it may concern itself with establishing or recommending certain courses of action, ends, or ways of life as to be taken or pursued, either as right or as good or as virtuous or as wise, as over against others which are wrong, bad, vicious, or foolish. Here the interest is more in action than in approval, and more in the guidance of action than in its explanation, the purpose being to find or set up some ideal or standard of conduct or character, some good or end or summum bonum, some ethical criterion or first principle. In many philosophers these two approaches are combined. The first is dominant or nearly so in the ethics of Hume, Schopenhauer, the evolutionists, Westermarck, and of M. Schlick and other recent positivists, while the latter is dominant in the ethics of most other moralists.

Ethical judgments fall, roughly, into tw o classes, (a) judgments of value, i.e. judgments as to the goodness or badness, desirability or undesirability of certain objects, ends, experiences, dispositions, or states of affairs, e.g. "Knowledge is good," (b) judgments of obligation, i.e. judgments as to the obligatoriness, rightness or wrongness, wisdom or foolishness of various courses of action and kinds of conduct, judgments enjoining, recommending or condemning certain lines of conduct. Thus there are two pnrts of ethics, the theory of value or axiology. which is concerned with judgments of value, extrinsic or intrinsic, moral or non-moral, the theory of obligation or deontology, which is concerned with judgments of obligation. In either of these parts of ethics one mav take either of the above approaches -- in the theory of value one may be interested either in anilvzing and explaining (psychologically or sociologically) our various judgments of value or in establishing or recommending certain things as good or as ends, and in the theory of obligation one may be interested either in analyzing and explaining our various judgments of obligation or in setting forth certain courses of action as right, wise, etc.

Ethical theories are also described as metaphysical, naturalistic, and non-naturalistic or intuitionistic. See Intuitionism., Non-naturalistic ethics, Metaphysical ethics, Naturalistic ethics, Autonomy of ethics.

Ethics, Absolute: A phrase which is sometimes used to designate an ethics which is put forth as absolute, see Absolutism, and sometimes, as by H. Spencer, to designate the formulation of the ideal code of conduct of an ideal man in the ideal society. See Relative Ethics. -- W.K.F.

Ethics, Relative: A term due to H. Spencer and used to designate any attempt to apply the ideal code of conduct formulated by Absolute Ethics to actual men in actual societies. See Absolute Ethics. -- W.K.F.

Ethical Hedonism is usually combined with a teleological view of the nature of right action. It may be combined with Ethical Egoism as in the view of Epicurus, or with Ethical Universalism, as in the views of J. Bentham, J. S. Mill, and H. Sidgwick. -- C.A.B.

Ethics. Any system of moral theory may be called Ethical Idealism, whether teleological or formal in principle, which accepts several of the following: a scale of values, moral principles, or rules of action; the axiological priority of the universal over the particular; the axiological priority of the spiritual or mental over the sensuous or material; moral freedom rather than psychological or natural necessity. In popular terminology a moral idealist is also identified with the doctrinaire, as opposed to the opportunist or realist; with the Utopian or visionary as opposed to the practicalist, with the altruist as opposed to the crass egoist.

Ethically, that values are real and based in the Cosmic Nature.

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ethical ::: a. --> Of, or belonging to, morals; treating of the moral feelings or duties; containing percepts of morality; moral; as, ethic discourses or epistles; an ethical system; ethical philosophy.

ethically ::: adv. --> According to, in harmony with, moral principles or character.

ethic ::: a. --> Alt. of Ethical

ethicist ::: n. --> One who is versed in ethics, or has written on ethics.

ethics ::: n. --> The science of human duty; the body of rules of duty drawn from this science; a particular system of principles and rules concerting duty, whether true or false; rules of practice in respect to a single class of human actions; as, political or social ethics; medical ethics.

Ethics: That study or discipline which concerns itself with judgments of approval and disapproval, judgments as to the rightness or wrongness, goodness or badness, virtue or vice, desirability or wisdom of actions, dispositions, ends, objects, or states of affairs.

Ethics ::: The theosophical teachings are essentially and wholly ethical. It is impossible to understand the sublimewisdom of the gods, the archaic wisdom-religion of the ancients, without the keenest realization of thefact that ethics run like golden threads throughout the entire system or fabric of doctrine and thought ofthe esoteric philosophy. Genuine occultism, divorced from ethics, is simply unthinkable becauseimpossible. There is no genuine occultism which does not include the loftiest ethics that the moral senseof mankind can comprehend, and one cannot weigh with too strong an emphasis upon this great fact.Ethics in the theosophical philosophy are not merely the products of human thought existing as aformulation of conventional rules proper for human conduct. They are founded on the very structure andcharacter of the universe itself. The heart of the universe is wisdom-love, and these are intrinsicallyethical, for there can be no wisdom without ethics, nor can love be without ethics, nor can there be ethicsdeprived of either love or wisdom.The philosophic reason why the ancients set so much store by what was commonly known as virtusamong the Latins, from which we have our modern word "virtue," is because by means of the teachingoriginating in the great Mystery schools, they knew that virtues, ethics, were the offspring of the moralinstinct in human beings, who derived them in their turn from the heart of the universe -- from thekosmic harmony. It is high time that the Occidental world should cast forever into the limbo of explodedsuperstitions the idea that ethics is merely conventional morality, a convenience invented by man tosmooth the asperities and dangers of human intercourse.Of course every scholar knows that the words morals and ethics come from the Latin and Greekrespectively, as signifying the customs or habits which it is proper to follow in civilized communities.But this fact itself, which is unquestionable, is in a sense disgraceful, for it would almost seem that wehad not yet brought forth a word adequately describing the instinct for right and truth and troth andjustice and honor and wisdom and love which we today so feebly express by the words ethics or morals."Theosophist is who Theosophy does," wrote H. P. Blavatsky, and wiser and nobler words she neverwrote. No one can be a theosophist who does not feel ethic-ally and think ethically and live ethically inthe real sense that is hereinbefore described. (See also Morals)

Ethics In theosophy, a philosophy of moral conduct based on the inner structure and operations of the universe itself, not a mere code of conventional behavior. The grounds alleged for moral conduct depend on one’s view of man and the universe. Theosophy distinguishes between a person’s real self and the illusive personal masks which are mistaken for that self. As with Kant, a sharp distinction is drawn between wish and inclination on the one hand, and the sense of moral obligation on the other; this latter is regarded as supervening upon the drama of self-interest and imposing a higher law.

Ethics.

Ethics IV, 619.]

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Ethical standards - A statement or document which contains the basic principles and procedures together with any related and relevant guidance in the form of explanatory notes and other documents.

Ethics - The values and beliefs of individuals or groups.

Ethical behaviour - Behaviour which is viewed as correct.

ethical guidelines: prescriptive guidance (e.g. clear guidelines published by the BPS) on the conduct of psychologists in research and practice, to oversee what is acceptable within the pursuit of a specific goal, including informed consent, right to withdraw and debriefing.

ethical hedonism: the view that individuals engage in moral behaviour, such as altruism, because it provides some personal advantage.

ethics: a major branch of philosophy. The study of principles relating to right and wrong conduct; Morality; The standards that govern the conduct of a person, especially a member of a profession.

Ethical Triad ::: Also "Ethical Triangle". The three Sephiroth of the Kabbalah that make up the fulcrum that is Briatic consciousness (i.e. the Mental Plane).

ethics ::: 1. A system of moral principles. 2. The branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions. **ethics’. :::

ethical egoism ::: The normative ethical position that moral agents ought to do what is in their own self-interest. It is distinguished from psychological egoism and rational egoism. It contrasts with ethical altruism, which holds that moral agents have an ethical obligation to help or serve others. Ethical egoism does not, however, require moral agents to disregard the well-being of others, nor does it require that a moral agent refrains from considering the well-being of others in moral deliberation. What is in an agent's self-interest may be incidentally detrimental to, beneficial to, or neutral in its effect on others. It allows for the possibility of either as long as what is chosen is efficacious in satisfying self-interest of the agent. Ethical egoism is sometimes used to support libertarianism or anarchism, political positions based partly on a belief that individuals should not coercively prevent others from exercising freedom of action.


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1:What we have to learn to do we learn by doing. . . ~ Aristotle, Ethics ,
2:Material Nature is not ethical. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine Delight of Existence,
3:Neither the ethical being nor the aesthetic being is the whole man. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle Aesthetic and Ethical Culture,
4:The ethical ideality one of the master impulses of the cultured being. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle Aesthetic and Ethical Culture,
5:Self-blame and self-condemnation, are the beginning of true ethics. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine Delight of Existence,
6:All education is the art of making men ethical (sittlich), of transforming the old Adam into the new Adam. ~ Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel,
7:The ethical imperative comes not from around, but from within him and above him. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle The Suprarational Good,
8:The world has three layers, infra-ethical, ethical and supra-ethical. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine Delight of Existence,
9:Thousands of years before the Christian era, the Tibetans knew that an atom was a solar system [...] ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
10:The ethical rule tramples on pleasure, even very often on quite innocent pleasures. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle Aesthetic and Ethical Culture,
11:The effort at governing political action by ethics is usually little more than a pretence. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Renaissance in India Indian Polity - II,
12:Ethics must eventually perceive that the law of good which it seeks is the law of God. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 2.25 - The Higher and the Lower Knowledge,
13:[...] for doubt itself is an attribute of Saturn (Satan). Those who are not striving for the highest, partake of the lowest. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
14:Our real being is not the intellect, not the aesthetic, ethical or thinking mind, but the divinity within. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Renaissance in India Indian Spirituality and Life - II,
15:The intellectual, ethical and spiritual growth of the individual is the central need of the race. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Renaissance in India A Rationalistic Critic on Indian Culture - VI,
16:Ethical action is only a means of purification by which we can rise towards the divine nature, but that nature itself is lifted beyond the dualities. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Essays on the Gita 2.01 - The Two Natures,
17:Ethics deals only with the desire-soul and the active outward dynamical part of our being; its field is confined to character and action. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 4.05 - The Instruments of the Spirit,
18:But not only are vices of the soul voluntary, but those of the body also for some men, whom we accordingly blame; while no one blames those who are ugly by nature, we blame those who are so owing to want of exercise and care. ~ Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Book 3,
19:All who are not consciously fortified in the path of right are possible victims of these monsters of iniquity; all who are not consciously on the white path, and firmly established in the way of sincerity and truth, are in eternal danger of these Harpies who float like soulless specters on the tide of evolution. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
20:the four standards of spiritual conduct ::: There are four main standards of human conduct that make an ascending scale. The first is personal need, preference and desire; the second is the law and good of the collectivity; the third is an ideal ethic; the last is the highest divine law of the nature. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga The Yoga of Divine Works,
21:The white magician consecrates his life to study, meditation, and service, that he may know the law and may direct force to its appointed ends. He mods himself into the plan, becoming part of the divine rhythm by sacrificing himself and his wishes to the will of the Infinite, asking only to know wherein his duty lies and how he may be of the greatest service to the greatest number. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
22:But the true black magician does not work through the ethers which are the home of the etheric elementals. He works through the entities who dwell in the astral light or the animal magnetism of the lower astral plane. The true black magician can become (and usually is) clairvoyant, but he can never go any higher than the astral world. To this plane he is tied to his passions, hates, incantations, and the animal nature which is the basis of black magic. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
23:The spirit, while superior to all of its bodies, is incapable of manifesting without its chain of vehicles. This divine spark must always be limited by the quality of its bodies. In all too many cases, it is the servant of its own dependencies. Instead of ruling its world by apostolic succession, the spirit is generally bowed and broken by the endless demands of the lower nature. The appetites, desires, and selfish propensities cast the spirit into a dungeon, while a false and cruel monarch rules the empire in his stead. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
24:Evil will never cease to exist until selfishness and greed are overcome as factors in dictating the attitudes of men. It is the common thing for the concrete mind to sacrifice the eternal to the temporal. Man, concentrating upon the limited area of the known, loses sight of the effect of his actions upon the limitless area of the unknown. Shortsightedness, consequently, is the cause of endless misery. Moral shortsightedness results in vice, philosophical shortsightedness in materialism, religious shortsightedness in bigotry, rational short-sightedness in fanaticism. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
25:The black magician is one who learns to manipulate these forces for selfish and destructive purposes, his own aggrandizement of the fulfillment of desire, while the white magician prays that he may learn to manipulate them as God would have them manipulated - for the salvation of the divine creation. The powers are in the hands of those capable of invoking them; it makes no difference whether for good or ill. For this reason, the schools of white magic conceal these powers from man until, through growth, purification, and unfoldment, he gains the proper incentive for using them. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
26:There are two kinds of black magicians: (1) those who use the demons of the astral plane for their villainy, which they invoke through necromancy and invocation; and (2) those who create their own demons and launch them against the world. The first group does the greatest harm to the world, but the second injure themselves more. The first group is composed mostly of conscious black magicians, while there are many in the second group who are totally ignorant of what they are doing. Some never learn their mistake until the demons they have created come back to the persons who sent them forth. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
27:It is the power given by wisdom and knowledge that makes the occultist superior to his fellow man, his superiority being proportionate to his superior intelligence. In every walk of life, the uninitiated will be confronted with mysteries. To the average person, the working of a gasoline engine is just as mysterious as calculus would be to a kindergarten child, but intimate relationship and study result in that familiarity which gives ease in handling and intelligence in directing. It has been well said that no man is a stranger to his own valet. The philosopher is a servant of God, and by perfect serving, soon becomes capable of thoroughly understanding the desires and dictates of his divine Master. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics ,
28:The most general science. Pythagoras is said to have called himself a lover of wisdom. But philosophy has been both the seeking of wisdom and the wisdom sought. Originally, the rational explanation of anything, the general principles under which all facts could be explained; in this sense, indistinguishable from science. Later, the science of the first principles of being; the presuppositions of ultimate reality. Now, popularly, private wisdom or consolation; technically, the science of sciences, the criticism and systematization or organization of all knowledge, drawn from empirical science, rational learning, common experience, or whatever. Philosophy includes metaphysics, or ontology and epistemology, logic, ethics, aesthetics, etc. (all of which see). ~ J.K.F., Dagoberts Dictionary of Philosophy ,
29:With many people custom and habit of which ethics is but the social expression are the things most difficult to give up: and it is a useful practice to break any habit just to get into the way of being free from that form of slavery. Hence we have practices for breaking up sleep, for putting our bodies into strained and unnatural positions, for doing difficult exercises of breathing -- all these, apart from any special merit they may have in themselves for any particular purpose, have the main merit that the man forces himself todo them despite any conditions that may exist. Having conquered internal resistance one may conquer external resistance more easily. In a steam boat the engine must first overcome its own inertia before it can attack the resistance of the water. ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA Book 4,
30:The condition of today's world cannot be transformed by technocratic rationality, since both technocracy and rationality are apparently nearing their apex.Nor can it be transcended by preaching or admonishing a return to ethics and morality, or in fact, by any form of return to the past.We have only one option: in examining the manifestations of our age, we must penetrate them with sufficient breadth and depth that we do not come under the demonic and destructive spell.We must not focus our view merely on these phenomena, but rather on the humus of the decaying world beneath, where the seedlings of the future are growing, immeasurable in their potential and vigor.Since our insight into the energies pressing toward development aids their unfolding, the seedlings and inceptive beginnings must be made visible and comprehensible." ~ Jean Gebser,
31:It proceeds by a personal effort to a conversion through a divine influence and possession; but this divine grace, if we may so call it, is not simply a mysterious flow or touch coming from above, but the all-pervading act of a divine presence which we come to know within as the power of the highest Self and Master of our being entering into the soul and so possessing it that we not only feel it close to us and pressing upon our mortal nature, but live in its law, know that law, possess it as the whole power of our spiritualised nature. The conversion its action will effect is an integral conversion of our ethical being into the Truth and Right of the divine nature, of our intellectual into the illumination of divine knowledge, our emotional into the divine love and unity, our dynamic and volitional into a working of the divine power, our aesthetic into a plenary reception and a creative enjoyment of divine beauty, not excluding even in the end a divine conversion of the vital and physical being. It regards all the previous life as an involuntary and unconscious or half-conscious preparatory growing towards this change and Yoga as the voluntary and conscious ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga ,
32:Adoration, before it turns into an element of the deeper Yoga of devotion, a petal of the flower of love, its homage and self-uplifting to its sun, must bring with it, if it is profound, an increasing consecration of the being to the Divine who is adored. And one element of this consecration must be a self-purifying so as to become fit for the divine contact, or for the entrance of the Divine into the temple of our inner being, or for his self-revelation in the shrine of the heart. This purifying may be ethical in its character, but it will not be merely the moralists seeking for the right and blameless action or even, when once we reach the stage of Yoga, an obedience to the law of God as revealed in formal religion; but it will be a throwing away, katharsis, of all that conflicts whether with the idea of the Divine in himself or of the Divine in ourselves. In the former case it becomes in habit of feeling and outer act an imitation of the Divine, in the latter a growing into his likeness in our nature. What inner adoration is to ceremonial worship, this growing into the divine likeness is to the outward ethical life. It culminates in a sort of liberation by likeness to the Divine, a liberation from our lower nature and a change into the divine nature. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 3.04 - The Way of Devotion,
33:If the spirit of divine love can enter, the hardness of the way diminishes, the tension is lightened, there is a sweetness and joy even in the core of difficulty and struggle. The indispensable surrender of all our will and works and activities to the Supreme is indeed only perfect and perfectly effective when it is a surrender of love. All life turned into this cult, all actions done in the love of the Divine and in the love of the world and its creatures seen and felt as the Divine manifested in many disguises become by that very fact part of an integral Yoga. It is the inner offering of the heart's adoration, the soul of it in the symbol, the spirit of it in the act, that is the very life of the sacrifice. If this offering is to be complete and universal, then a turning of all our emotions to the Divine is imperative. This is the intensest way of purification for the human heart, more powerful than any ethical or aesthetic catharsis could ever be by its half-power and superficial pressure. A psychic fire within must be lit into which all is thrown with the Divine Name upon it. In that fire all the emotions are compelled to cast off their grosser elements and those that are undivine perversions are burned away and the others discard their insufficiencies, till a spirit of largest love and a stainless divine delight arises out of the flame and smoke and frankincense. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga The Ascent of the Sacrifice - 2,
34:Shastra is the knowledge and teaching laid down by intuition, experience and wisdom, the science and art and ethic of life, the best standards available to the race. The half-awakened man who leaves the observance of its rule to follow the guidance of his instincts and desires, can get pleasure but not happiness; for the inner happiness can only come by right living. He cannot move to perfection, cannot acquire the highest spiritual status. The law of instinct and desire seems to come first in the animal world, but the manhood of man grows by the pursuit of truth and religion and knowledge and a right life. The Shastra, the recognised Right that he has set up to govern his lower members by his reason and intelligent will, must therefore first be observed and made the authority for conduct and works and for what should or should not be done, till the instinctive desire nature is schooled and abated and put down by the habit of self-control and man is ready first for a freer intelligent self-guidance and then for the highest supreme law and supreme liberty of the spiritual nature. For the Shastra in its ordinary aspect is not that spiritual law, although at its loftiest point, when it becomes a science and art of spiritual living, Adhyatma-shastra, - the Gita itself describes its own teaching as the highest and most secret Shastra, - it formulates a rule of the self-transcendence of the sattwic nature and develops the discipline which leads to spiritual transmutation. Yet all Shastra is built on a number of preparatory conditions, dharmas; it is a means, not an end. The supreme end is the freedom of the spirit when abandoning all dharmas the soul turns to God for its sole law of action, acts straight from the divine will and lives in the freedom of the divine nature, not in the Law, but in the Spirit. This is the development of the teaching which is prepared by the next question of Arjuna. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Essays On The Gita ,
35:middle vision logic or paradigmatic ::: (1:25) Cognition is described as middle-vision logic, or paradigmatic in that it is capable of co-ordinating the relations between systems of systems, unifying them into principled frameworks or paradigms. This is an operation on meta-systems and allows for the view described above, a view of human development itself. Self-sense at teal is called Autonomous or Strategist and is characterized by the emergent capacity to acknowledge and cope with inner conflicts in needs, ... and values. All of which are part of a multifacted and complex world. Teal sees our need for autonomy and autonomy itself as limited because emotional interdependence is inevitable. The contradictory aspects of self are weaved into an identity that is whole, integrated and commited to generating a fulfilling life.Additionally, Teal allows individuals to link theory and practice, perceive dynamic systems interactions, recognize and strive for higher principles, understand the social construction of reality, handle paradox and complexity, create positive-sum games and seek feedback from others as a vital source for growth. Values embrace magnificence of existence, flexibility, spontaneioty, functionality, the integration of differences into interdependent systems and complimenting natural egalitarianism with natural ranking. Needs shift to self-actualization, and morality is in both terms of universal ethical principles and recognition of the developmental relativity of those universals. Teal is the first wave that is truly able to see the limitations of orange and green morality, it is able to uphold the paradox of universalism and relativism. Teal in its decision making process is able to see ... deep and surface features of morality and is able to take into consideration both those values when engaging in moral action. Currently Teal is quite rare, embraced by 2-5% of the north american and european population according to sociological research. ~ Essential Integral, L4.1-53 Middle Vision Logic,
36:formal-operational ::: The orange altitude emerged a few hundred years ago with the European Rennisance. Its modern, rational view grew in prominance through the Age of Enlightenment and came to its fullest expression during the Industrial Revolution.Fueling this age of reason and science was the emergence of formal operational cognition, or the ability to operate on thoughts themselves. No longer limited to reflection on concrete objects, cognition moves from representations to abstractions and can now operate on a range of non-tangiable propositions that may not reflect the concrete world. This is the basis of scientific reasoning through hypothesis. Orange also brings multiplistic thinking, or the realization that there are several possible ways of approaching a situation, even though one is still considered most right. Self-sense at orange features two shifts, first to expert and then to achiever, these moves feature an increase in self-awareness and appreciation for multiple possibilities in a given situation. Recognition that one doesnt always live up to idealized social expectations is fueled by an awareness that begins to penetrate the inner world of subjectivity. This is the beginning of introspection. An objectifiable self-sense and the capacity to take a third person perspective. Needs shift from belonging to self-esteem. And values land on pragmatic utiliarian approaches to life that rely on ... and thinking to earn progress, prosperity and self-reliance. Morality at orange sees right defined by universal ethical principles. The emergence of formal operational thinking at orange enables a world-centric care for universal human rights and the right of each individual for autonomy and the pursuit of happiness. A desire for individual dignity and self-respect are also driving forces behind orange morality. A significant number of the founding fathers of the United States harbored orange values. ...Faith at orange is called Individual Reflective and so far as identity and world-view are differentiated from others, and faith takes on an essence of critical thought. Demythologizing symbols into conceptual meanings. At orange we see the emergence of rational deism and secularism. ~ Essential Integral, 4.1-51 Formal Operational,
37:Self-Abuse by Drugs Not a drop of alcohol is to be brought into this temple. Master Bassui (1327-1387)1 (His dying instructions: first rule) In swinging between liberal tolerance one moment and outraged repression the next, modern societies seem chronically incapable of reaching consistent attitudes about drugs. Stephen Batchelor2 Drugs won't show you the truth. Drugs will only show you what it's like to be on drugs. Brad Warner3 Implicit in the authentic Buddhist Path is sila. It is the time-honored practice of exercising sensible restraints [Z:73-74]. Sila's ethical guidelines provide the bedrock foundation for one's personal behavior in daily life. At the core of every religion are some self-disciplined renunciations corresponding to sila. Yet, a profound irony has been reshaping the human condition in most cultures during the last half century. It dates from the years when psychoactive drugs became readily available. During this era, many naturally curious persons could try psychedelic short-cuts and experience the way their consciousness might seem to ''expand.'' A fortunate few of these experimenters would become motivated to follow the nondrug meditative route when they pursued various spiritual paths. One fact is often overlooked. Meditation itself has many mind-expanding, psychedelic properties [Z:418-426]. These meditative experiences can also stimulate a drug-free spiritual quest. Meanwhile, we live in a drug culture. It is increasingly a drugged culture, for which overprescribing physicians must shoulder part of the blame. Do drugs have any place along the spiritual path? This issue will always be hotly debated.4 In Zen, the central issue is not whether each spiritual aspirant has the ''right'' to exercise their own curiosity, or the ''right'' to experiment on their own brains in the name of freedom of religion. It is a free country. Drugs are out there. The real questions are:  Can you exercise the requisite self-discipline to follow the Zen Buddhist Path?  Do you already have enough common sense to ask that seemingly naive question, ''What would Buddha do?'' (WWBD). ~ James Austin, Zen-Brain Reflections _Reviewing_Recent_Developments_in_Meditation_and_States_of_Consciousness,
38:reading ::: 50 Philosophy Classics: List of Books Covered: 1. Hannah Arendt - The Human Condition (1958) 2. Aristotle - Nicomachean Ethics (4th century BC) 3. AJ Ayer - Language, Truth and Logic (1936) 4. Julian Baggini - The Ego Trick (2011) 5. Jean Baudrillard - Simulacra and Simulation (1981) 6. Simone de Beauvoir - The Second Sex (1952) 7. Jeremy Bentham - Principles of Morals and Legislation (1789) 8. Henri Bergson - Creative Evolution (1911) 9. David Bohm - Wholeness and the Implicate Order (1980) 10. Noam Chomsky - Understanding Power (2002) 11. Cicero - On Duties (44 BC) 12. Confucius - Analects (5th century BC) 13. Rene Descartes - Meditations (1641) 14. Ralph Waldo Emerson - Fate (1860) 15. Epicurus - Letters (3rd century BC) 16. Michel Foucault - The Order of Things (1966) 17. Harry Frankfurt - On Bullshit (2005) 18. Sam Harris - Free Will (2012) 19. GWF Hegel - Phenomenology of Spirit (1803) 20. Martin Heidegger - Being and Time (1927) 21. Heraclitus - Fragments (6th century) 22. David Hume - An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (1748) 23. William James - Pragmatism (1904) 24. Daniel Kahneman - Thinking: Fast and Slow (2011) 25. Immanuel Kant - Critique of Pure Reason (1781) 26. Soren Kierkegaard - Fear and Trembling (1843) 27. Saul Kripke - Naming and Necessity (1972) 28. Thomas Kuhn - The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962) 29. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Theodicy (1710) 30. John Locke - An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690) 31. Marshall McLuhan - The Medium is the Massage (1967) 32. Niccolo Machiavelli - The Prince (1532) 33. John Stuart Mill - On Liberty (1859) 34. Michel de Montaigne - Essays (1580) 35. Iris Murdoch - The Sovereignty of Good (1970) 36. Friedrich Nietzsche - Beyond Good and Evil (1886) 37. Blaise Pascal - Pensees (1670) 38. Plato - The Republic (4th century BC) 39. Karl Popper - The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1934) 40. John Rawls - A Theory of Justice (1971) 41. Jean-Jacques Rousseau - The Social Contract (1762) 42. Bertrand Russell - The Conquest of Happiness (1920) 43. Michael Sandel - Justice (2009) 44. Jean Paul Sartre - Being and Nothingness (1943) 45. Arthur Schopenhauer - The World as Will and Representation (1818) 46. Peter Singer - The Life You Can Save (2009) 47. Baruch Spinoza - Ethics (1677) 48. Nassim Nicholas - Taleb The Black Swan (2007) 49. Ludwig Wittgenstein - Philosophical Investigations (1953) 50. Slavoj Zizek - Living In The End Times (2010) ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Philosophy Classics ,
39:root of the falsification and withdrawl of divine love ::: At every moment they are moved to take egoistic advantage of the psychic and spiritual influences and can be detected using the power, joy or light these bring into us for a lower life-motive. Afterwards too, even when the seeker has opened to the Divine Love transcendental, universal or immanent, yet if he tries to pour it into life, he meets the power of obscuration and perversion of these lower Nature-forces. Always they draw away towards pitfalls, pour into that higher intensity their diminishing elements, seek to capture the descending Power for themselves and their interests and degrade it into an aggrandised mental, vital or physical instrumentation for desire and ego. Instead of a Divine Love creator of a new heaven and a new earth of Truth and Light, they would hold it here prisoner as a tremendous sanction and glorifying force of sublimation to gild the mud of the old earth and colour with its rose and sapphire the old turbid unreal skies of sentimentalising vital imagination and mental idealised chimera. If that falsification is permitted, the higher Light and Power and Bliss withdraw, there is a fall back to a lower status; or else the realisation remains tied to an insecure half-way and mixture or is covered and even submerged by an inferior exaltation that is not the true Ananda. It is for this reason that Divine Love which is at the heart of all creation and the most powerful of all redeeming and creative forces has yet been the least frontally present in earthly life, the least successfully redemptive, the least creative. Human nature has been unable to bear it in its purity for the very reason that it is the most powerful, pure, rare and intense of all the divine energies; what little could be seized has been corrupted at once into a vital pietistic ardour, a defenceless religious or ethical sentimentalism, a sensuous or even sensual erotic mysticism of the roseate coloured mind or passionately turbid life-impulse and with these simulations compensated its inability to house the Mystic Flame that could rebuild the world with its tongues of sacrifice. It is only the inmost psychic being unveiled and emerging in its full power that can lead the pilgrim sacrifice unscathed through these ambushes and pitfalls; at each moment it catches, exposes, repels the mind's and the life's falsehoods, seizes hold on the truth of the Divine Love and Ananda and separates it from the excitement of the mind's ardours and the blind enthusiasms of the misleading life-force. But all things that are true at their core in mind and life and the physical being it extricates and takes with it in the journey till they stand on the heights, new in spirit and sublime in figure. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga The Ascent of the Sacrifice - 2,
40:Talk 26...D.: Taking the first part first, how is the mind to be eliminated or relative consciousness transcended?M.: The mind is by nature restless. Begin liberating it from its restlessness; give it peace; make it free from distractions; train it to look inward; make this a habit. This is done by ignoring the external world and removing the obstacles to peace of mind.D.: How is restlessness removed from the mind?M.: External contacts - contacts with objects other than itself - make the mind restless. Loss of interest in non-Self, (vairagya) is the first step. Then the habits of introspection and concentration follow. They are characterised by control of external senses, internal faculties, etc. (sama, dama, etc.) ending in samadhi (undistracted mind).Talk 27.D.: How are they practised?M.: An examination of the ephemeral nature of external phenomena leads to vairagya. Hence enquiry (vichara) is the first and foremost step to be taken. When vichara continues automatically, it results in a contempt for wealth, fame, ease, pleasure, etc. The 'I' thought becomes clearer for inspection. The source of 'I' is the Heart - the final goal. If, however, the aspirant is not temperamentally suited to Vichara Marga (to the introspective analytical method), he must develop bhakti (devotion) to an ideal - may be God, Guru, humanity in general, ethical laws, or even the idea of beauty. When one of these takes possession of the individual, other attachments grow weaker, i.e., dispassion (vairagya) develops. Attachment for the ideal simultaneously grows and finally holds the field. Thus ekagrata (concentration) grows simultaneously and imperceptibly - with or without visions and direct aids.In the absence of enquiry and devotion, the natural sedative pranayama (breath regulation) may be tried. This is known as Yoga Marga. If life is imperilled the whole interest centres round the one point, the saving of life. If the breath is held the mind cannot afford to (and does not) jump at its pets - external objects. Thus there is rest for the mind so long as the breath is held. All attention being turned on breath or its regulation, other interests are lost. Again, passions are attended with irregular breathing, whereas calm and happiness are attended with slow and regular breathing. Paroxysm of joy is in fact as painful as one of pain, and both are accompanied by ruffled breaths. Real peace is happiness. Pleasures do not form happiness. The mind improves by practice and becomes finer just as the razor's edge is sharpened by stropping. The mind is then better able to tackle internal or external problems. If an aspirant be unsuited temperamentally for the first two methods and circumstantially (on account of age) for the third method, he must try the Karma Marga (doing good deeds, for example, social service). His nobler instincts become more evident and he derives impersonal pleasure. His smaller self is less assertive and has a chance of expanding its good side. The man becomes duly equipped for one of the three aforesaid paths. His intuition may also develop directly by this single method. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi, Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi Sri Ramanasramam,
41:In the process of this change there must be by the very necessity of the effort two stages of its working. First, there will be the personal endeavour of the human being, as soon as he becomes aware by his soul, mind, heart of this divine possibility and turns towards it as the true object of life, to prepare himself for it and to get rid of all in him that belongs to a lower working, of all that stands in the way of his opening to the spiritual truth and its power, so as to possess by this liberation his spiritual being and turn all his natural movements into free means of its self-expression. It is by this turn that the self-conscious Yoga aware of its aim begins: there is a new awakening and an upward change of the life motive. So long as there is only an intellectual, ethical and other self-training for the now normal purposes of life which does not travel beyond the ordinary circle of working of mind, life and body, we are still only in the obscure and yet unillumined preparatory Yoga of Nature; we are still in pursuit of only an ordinary human perfection. A spiritual desire of the Divine and of the divine perfection, of a unity with him in all our being and a spiritual perfection in all our nature, is the effective sign of this change, the precursory power of a great integral conversion of our being and living. By personal effort a precursory change, a preliminary conversion can be effected; it amounts to a greater or less spiritualising of our mental motives, our character and temperament, and a mastery, stilling or changed action of the vital and physical life. This converted subjectivity can be made the base of some communion or unity of the soul in mind with the Divine and some partial reflection of the divine nature in the mentality of the human being. That is as far as man can go by his unaided or indirectly aided effort, because that is an effort of mind and mind cannot climb beyond itself permanently: at most it arises to a spiritualised and idealised mentality. If it shoots up beyond that border, it loses hold of itself, loses hold of life, and arrives either at a trance of absorption or a passivity. A greater perfection can only be arrived at by a higher power entering in and taking up the whole action of the being. The second stage of this Yoga will therefore be a persistent giving up of all the action of the nature into the hands of this greater Power, a substitution of its influence, possession and working for the personal effort, until the Divine to whom we aspire becomes the direct master of the Yoga and effects the entire spiritual and ideal conversion of the being. Two rules there are that will diminish the difficulty and obviate the danger. One must reject all that comes from the ego, from vital desire, from the mere mind and its presumptuous reasoning incompetence, all that ministers to these agents of the Ignorance. One must learn to hear and follow the voice of the inmost soul, the direction of the Guru, the command of the Master, the working of the Divine Mother. Whoever clings to the desires and weaknesses of the flesh, the cravings and passions of the vital in its turbulent ignorance, the dictates of his personal mind unsilenced and unillumined by a greater knowledge, cannot find the true inner law and is heaping obstacles in the way of the divine fulfilment. Whoever is able to detect and renounce those obscuring agencies and to discern and follow the true Guide within and without will discover the spiritual law and reach the goal of the Yoga. A radical and total change of consciousness is not only the whole meaning but, in an increasing force and by progressive stages, the whole method of the integral Yoga. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga The Yoga of Self-Perfection,
42:Reading list (1972 edition)[edit]1. Homer - Iliad, Odyssey2. The Old Testament3. Aeschylus - Tragedies4. Sophocles - Tragedies5. Herodotus - Histories6. Euripides - Tragedies7. Thucydides - History of the Peloponnesian War8. Hippocrates - Medical Writings9. Aristophanes - Comedies10. Plato - Dialogues11. Aristotle - Works12. Epicurus - Letter to Herodotus; Letter to Menoecus13. Euclid - Elements14.Archimedes - Works15. Apollonius of Perga - Conic Sections16. Cicero - Works17. Lucretius - On the Nature of Things18. Virgil - Works19. Horace - Works20. Livy - History of Rome21. Ovid - Works22. Plutarch - Parallel Lives; Moralia23. Tacitus - Histories; Annals; Agricola Germania24. Nicomachus of Gerasa - Introduction to Arithmetic25. Epictetus - Discourses; Encheiridion26. Ptolemy - Almagest27. Lucian - Works28. Marcus Aurelius - Meditations29. Galen - On the Natural Faculties30. The New Testament31. Plotinus - The Enneads32. St. Augustine - On the Teacher; Confessions; City of God; On Christian Doctrine33. The Song of Roland34. The Nibelungenlied35. The Saga of Burnt Njal36. St. Thomas Aquinas - Summa Theologica37. Dante Alighieri - The Divine Comedy;The New Life; On Monarchy38. Geoffrey Chaucer - Troilus and Criseyde; The Canterbury Tales39. Leonardo da Vinci - Notebooks40. Niccolò Machiavelli - The Prince; Discourses on the First Ten Books of Livy41. Desiderius Erasmus - The Praise of Folly42. Nicolaus Copernicus - On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres43. Thomas More - Utopia44. Martin Luther - Table Talk; Three Treatises45. François Rabelais - Gargantua and Pantagruel46. John Calvin - Institutes of the Christian Religion47. Michel de Montaigne - Essays48. William Gilbert - On the Loadstone and Magnetic Bodies49. Miguel de Cervantes - Don Quixote50. Edmund Spenser - Prothalamion; The Faerie Queene51. Francis Bacon - Essays; Advancement of Learning; Novum Organum, New Atlantis52. William Shakespeare - Poetry and Plays53. Galileo Galilei - Starry Messenger; Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences54. Johannes Kepler - Epitome of Copernican Astronomy; Concerning the Harmonies of the World55. William Harvey - On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals; On the Circulation of the Blood; On the Generation of Animals56. Thomas Hobbes - Leviathan57. René Descartes - Rules for the Direction of the Mind; Discourse on the Method; Geometry; Meditations on First Philosophy58. John Milton - Works59. Molière - Comedies60. Blaise Pascal - The Provincial Letters; Pensees; Scientific Treatises61. Christiaan Huygens - Treatise on Light62. Benedict de Spinoza - Ethics63. John Locke - Letter Concerning Toleration; Of Civil Government; Essay Concerning Human Understanding;Thoughts Concerning Education64. Jean Baptiste Racine - Tragedies65. Isaac Newton - Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy; Optics66. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Discourse on Metaphysics; New Essays Concerning Human Understanding;Monadology67.Daniel Defoe - Robinson Crusoe68. Jonathan Swift - A Tale of a Tub; Journal to Stella; Gulliver's Travels; A Modest Proposal69. William Congreve - The Way of the World70. George Berkeley - Principles of Human Knowledge71. Alexander Pope - Essay on Criticism; Rape of the Lock; Essay on Man72. Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu - Persian Letters; Spirit of Laws73. Voltaire - Letters on the English; Candide; Philosophical Dictionary74. Henry Fielding - Joseph Andrews; Tom Jones75. Samuel Johnson - The Vanity of Human Wishes; Dictionary; Rasselas; The Lives of the Poets ~ Mortimer J Adler,
43:The perfect supramental action will not follow any single principle or limited rule.It is not likely to satisfy the standard either of the individual egoist or of any organised group-mind. It will conform to the demand neither of the positive practical man of the world nor of the formal moralist nor of the patriot nor of the sentimental philanthropist nor of the idealising philosopher. It will proceed by a spontaneous outflowing from the summits in the totality of an illumined and uplifted being, will and knowledge and not by the selected, calculated and standardised action which is all that the intellectual reason or ethical will can achieve. Its sole aim will be the expression of the divine in us and the keeping together of the world and its progress towards the Manifestation that is to be. This even will not be so much an aim and purpose as a spontaneous law of the being and an intuitive determination of the action by the Light of the divine Truth and its automatic influence. It will proceed like the action of Nature from a total will and knowledge behind her, but a will and knowledge enlightened in a conscious supreme Nature and no longer obscure in this ignorant Prakriti. It will be an action not bound by the dualities but full and large in the spirit's impartial joy of existence. The happy and inspired movement of a divine Power and Wisdom guiding and impelling us will replace the perplexities and stumblings of the suffering and ignorant ego. If by some miracle of divine intervention all mankind at once could be raised to this level, we should have something on earth like the Golden Age of the traditions, Satya Yuga, the Age of Truth or true existence. For the sign of the Satya Yuga is that the Law is spontaneous and conscious in each creature and does its own works in a perfect harmony and freedom. Unity and universality, not separative division, would be the foundation of the consciousness of the race; love would be absolute; equality would be consistent with hierarchy and perfect in difference; absolute justice would be secured by the spontaneous action of the being in harmony with the truth of things and the truth of himself and others and therefore sure of true and right result; right reason, no longer mental but supramental, would be satisfied not by the observation of artificial standards but by the free automatic perception of right relations and their inevitable execution in the act. The quarrel between the individual and society or disastrous struggle between one community and another could not exist: the cosmic consciousness imbedded in embodied beings would assure a harmonious diversity in oneness. In the actual state of humanity, it is the individual who must climb to this height as a pioneer and precursor. His isolation will necessarily give a determination and a form to his outward activities that must be quite other than those of a consciously divine collective action. The inner state, the root of his acts, will be the same; but the acts themselves may well be very different from what they would be on an earth liberated from ignorance. Nevertheless his consciousness and the divine mechanism of his conduct, if such a word can be used of so free a thing, would be such as has been described, free from that subjection to vital impurity and desire and wrong impulse which we call sin, unbound by that rule of prescribed moral formulas which we call virtue, spontaneously sure and pure and perfect in a greater consciousness than the mind's, governed in all its steps by the light and truth of the Spirit. But if a collectivity or group could be formed of those who had reached the supramental perfection, there indeed some divine creation could take shape; a new earth could descend that would be a new heaven, a world of supramental light could be created here amidst the receding darkness of this terrestrial ignorance. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 1.07 - Standards of Conduct and Spiritual Freedom,
44:Of course we do." Dresden's voice was cutting. "But you're thinking too small. Building humanity's greatest empire is like building the world's largest anthill. Insignificant. There is a civilization out there that built the protomolecule and hurled it at us over two billion years ago. They were already gods at that point. What have they become since then? With another two billion years to advance?" With a growing dread, Holden listened to Dresden speak. This speech had the air of something spoken before. Perhaps many times. And it had worked. It had convinced powerful people. It was why Protogen had stealth ships from the Earth shipyards and seemingly limitless behind-the-scenes support. "We have a terrifying amount of catching up to do, gentlemen," Dresden was saying. "But fortunately we have the tool of our enemy to use in doing it." "Catching up?" a soldier to Holden's left said. Dresden nodded at the man and smiled. "The protomolecule can alter the host organism at the molecular level; it can create genetic change on the fly. Not just DNA, but any stable replicatoR But it is only a machine. It doesn't think. It follows instructions. If we learn how to alter that programming, then we become the architects of that change." Holden interrupted. "If it was supposed to wipe out life on Earth and replace it with whatever the protomolecule's creators wanted, why turn it loose?" "Excellent question," Dresden said, holding up one finger like a college professor about to deliver a lecture. "The protomolecule doesn't come with a user's manual. In fact, we've never before been able to actually watch it carry out its program. The molecule requires significant mass before it develops enough processing power to fulfill its directives. Whatever they are." Dresden pointed at the screens covered with data around them. "We are going to watch it at work. See what it intends to do. How it goes about doing it. And, hopefully, learn how to change that program in the process." "You could do that with a vat of bacteria," Holden said. "I'm not interested in remaking bacteria," Dresden said. "You're fucking insane," Amos said, and took another step toward Dresden. Holden put a hand on the big mechanic's shoulder. "So," Holden said. "You figure out how the bug works, and then what?" "Then everything. Belters who can work outside a ship without wearing a suit. Humans capable of sleeping for hundreds of years at a time flying colony ships to the stars. No longer being bound to the millions of years of evolution inside one atmosphere of pressure at one g, slaves to oxygen and water. We decide what we want to be, and we reprogram ourselves to be that. That's what the protomolecule gives us." Dresden had stood back up as he'd delivered this speech, his face shining with the zeal of a prophet. "What we are doing is the best and only hope of humanity's survival. When we go out there, we will be facing gods." "And if we don't go out?" Fred asked. He sounded thoughtful. "They've already fired a doomsday weapon at us once," Dresden said. The room was silent for a moment. Holden felt his certainty slip. He hated everything about Dresden's argument, but he couldn't quite see his way past it. He knew in his bones that something about it was dead wrong, but he couldn't find the words. Naomi's voice startled him. "Did it convince them?" she asked. "Excuse me?" Dresden said. "The scientists. The technicians. Everyone you needed to make it happen. They actually had to do this. They had to watch the video of people dying all over Eros. They had to design those radioactive murder chambers. So unless you managed to round up every serial killer in the solar system and send them through a postgraduate program, how did you do this?" "We modified our science team to remove ethical restraints." Half a dozen clues clicked into place in Holden's head. ~ James S A Corey, Leviathan Wakes ,
45:All Yoga is a turning of the human mind and the human soul, not yet divine in realisation, but feeling the divine impulse and attraction in it, towards that by which it finds its greater being. Emotionally, the first form which this turning takes must be that of adoration. In ordinary religion this adoration wears the form of external worship and that again develops a most external form of ceremonial worship. This element is ordinarily necessary because the mass of men live in their physical minds, cannot realise anything except by the force of a physical symbol and cannot feel that they are living anything except by the force of a physical action. We might apply here the Tantric gradation of sadhana, which makes the way of the pasu, the herd, the animal or physical being, the lowest stage of its discipline, and say that the purely or predominantly ceremonial adoration is the first step of this lowest part of the way. It is evident that even real religion, - and Yoga is something more than religion, - only begins when this quite outward worship corresponds to something really felt within the mind, some genuine submission, awe or spiritual aspiration, to which it becomes an aid, an outward expression and also a sort of periodical or constant reminder helping to draw back the mind to it from the preoccupations of ordinary life. But so long as it is only an idea of the Godhead to which one renders reverence or homage, we have not yet got to the beginning of Yoga. The aim of Yoga being union, its beginning must always be a seeking after the Divine, a longing after some kind of touch, closeness or possession. When this comes on us, the adoration becomes always primarily an inner worship; we begin to make ourselves a temple of the Divine, our thoughts and feelings a constant prayer of aspiration and seeking, our whole life an external service and worship. It is as this change, this new soul-tendency grows, that the religion of the devotee becomes a Yoga, a growing contact and union. It does not follow that the outward worship will necessarily be dispensed with, but it will increasingly become only a physical expression or outflowing of the inner devotion and adoration, the wave of the soul throwing itself out in speech and symbolic act. Adoration, before it turns into an element of the deeper Yoga of devotion, a petal of the flower of love, its homage and self-uplifting to its sun, must bring with it, if it is profound, an increasing consecration of the being to the Divine who is adored. And one element of this consecration must be a self-purifying so as to become fit for the divine contact, or for the entrance of the Divine into the temple of our inner being, or for his selfrevelation in the shrine of the heart. This purifying may be ethical in its character, but it will not be merely the moralist's seeking for the right and blameless action or even, when once we reach the stage of Yoga, an obedience to the law of God as revealed in formal religion; but it will be a throwing away, katharsis, of all that conflicts whether with the idea of the Divine in himself or of the Divine in ourselves. In the former case it becomes in habit of feeling and outer act an imitation of the Divine, in the latter a growing into his likeness in our nature. What inner adoration is to ceremonial worship, this growing into the divine likeness is to the outward ethical life. It culminates in a sort of liberation by likeness to the Divine,1 a liberation from our lower nature and a change into the divine nature. Consecration becomes in its fullness a devoting of all our being to the Divine; therefore also of all our thoughts and our works. Here the Yoga takes into itself the essential elements of the Yoga of works and the Yoga of knowledge, but in its own manner and with its own peculiar spirit. It is a sacrifice of life and works to the Divine, but a sacrifice of love more than a tuning of the will to the divine Will. The bhakta offers up his life and all that he is and all that he has and all that he does to the Divine. This surrender may take the ascetic form, as when he leaves the ordinary life of men and devotes his days solely to prayer ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 3.04 - The Way of Devotion,
46:SECTION 1. Books for Serious Study Liber CCXX. (Liber AL vel Legis.) The Book of the Law. This book is the foundation of the New Æon, and thus of the whole of our work. The Equinox. The standard Work of Reference in all occult matters. The Encyclopaedia of Initiation. Liber ABA (Book 4). A general account in elementary terms of magical and mystical powers. In four parts: (1) Mysticism (2) Magical (Elementary Theory) (3) Magick in Theory and Practice (this book) (4) The Law. Liber II. The Message of the Master Therion. Explains the essence of the new Law in a very simple manner. Liber DCCCXXXVIII. The Law of Liberty. A further explanation of The Book of the Law in reference to certain ethical problems. Collected Works of A. Crowley. These works contain many mystical and magical secrets, both stated clearly in prose, and woven into the Robe of sublimest poesy. The Yi King. (S. B. E. Series [vol. XVI], Oxford University Press.) The "Classic of Changes"; give the initiated Chinese system of Magick. The Tao Teh King. (S. B. E. Series [vol. XXXIX].) Gives the initiated Chinese system of Mysticism. Tannhäuser, by A. Crowley. An allegorical drama concerning the Progress of the Soul; the Tannhäuser story slightly remodelled. The Upanishads. (S. B. E. Series [vols. I & XV.) The Classical Basis of Vedantism, the best-known form of Hindu Mysticism. The Bhagavad-gita. A dialogue in which Krishna, the Hindu "Christ", expounds a system of Attainment. The Voice of the Silence, by H.P. Blavatsky, with an elaborate commentary by Frater O.M. Frater O.M., 7°=48, is the most learned of all the Brethren of the Order; he has given eighteen years to the study of this masterpiece. Raja-Yoga, by Swami Vivekananda. An excellent elementary study of Hindu mysticism. His Bhakti-Yoga is also good. The Shiva Samhita. An account of various physical means of assisting the discipline of initiation. A famous Hindu treatise on certain physical practices. The Hathayoga Pradipika. Similar to the Shiva Samhita. The Aphorisms of Patanjali. A valuable collection of precepts pertaining to mystical attainment. The Sword of Song. A study of Christian theology and ethics, with a statement and solution of the deepest philosophical problems. Also contains the best account extant of Buddhism, compared with modern science. The Book of the Dead. A collection of Egyptian magical rituals. Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie, by Eliphas Levi. The best general textbook of magical theory and practice for beginners. Written in an easy popular style. The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage. The best exoteric account of the Great Work, with careful instructions in procedure. This Book influenced and helped the Master Therion more than any other. The Goetia. The most intelligible of all the mediæval rituals of Evocation. Contains also the favourite Invocation of the Master Therion. Erdmann's History of Philosophy. A compendious account of philosophy from the earliest times. Most valuable as a general education of the mind. The Spiritual Guide of [Miguel de] Molinos. A simple manual of Christian Mysticism. The Star in the West. (Captain Fuller). An introduction to the study of the Works of Aleister Crowley. The Dhammapada. (S. B. E. Series [vol. X], Oxford University Press). The best of the Buddhist classics. The Questions of King Milinda. (S. B. E. Series [vols. XXXV & XXXVI].) Technical points of Buddhist dogma, illustrated bydialogues. Liber 777 vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mysticæ Viæ Explicandæ, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicam Sanctissimorum Scientiæ Summæ. A complete Dictionary of the Correspondences of all magical elements, reprinted with extensive additions, making it the only standard comprehensive book of reference ever published. It is to the language of Occultism what Webster or Murray is to the English language. Varieties of Religious Experience (William James). Valuable as showing the uniformity of mystical attainment. Kabbala Denudata, von Rosenroth: also The Kabbalah Unveiled, by S.L. Mathers. The text of the Qabalah, with commentary. A good elementary introduction to the subject. Konx Om Pax [by Aleister Crowley]. Four invaluable treatises and a preface on Mysticism and Magick. The Pistis Sophia [translated by G.R.S. Mead or Violet McDermot]. An admirable introduction to the study of Gnosticism. The Oracles of Zoroaster [Chaldæan Oracles]. An invaluable collection of precepts mystical and magical. The Dream of Scipio, by Cicero. Excellent for its Vision and its Philosophy. The Golden Verses of Pythagoras, by Fabre d'Olivet. An interesting study of the exoteric doctrines of this Master. The Divine Pymander, by Hermes Trismegistus. Invaluable as bearing on the Gnostic Philosophy. The Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians, reprint of Franz Hartmann. An invaluable compendium. Scrutinium Chymicum [Atalanta Fugiens]¸ by Michael Maier. One of the best treatises on alchemy. Science and the Infinite, by Sidney Klein. One of the best essays written in recent years. Two Essays on the Worship of Priapus [A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus &c. &c. &c.], by Richard Payne Knight [and Thomas Wright]. Invaluable to all students. The Golden Bough, by J.G. Frazer. The textbook of Folk Lore. Invaluable to all students. The Age of Reason, by Thomas Paine. Excellent, though elementary, as a corrective to superstition. Rivers of Life, by General Forlong. An invaluable textbook of old systems of initiation. Three Dialogues, by Bishop Berkeley. The Classic of Subjective Idealism. Essays of David Hume. The Classic of Academic Scepticism. First Principles by Herbert Spencer. The Classic of Agnosticism. Prolegomena [to any future Metaphysics], by Immanuel Kant. The best introduction to Metaphysics. The Canon [by William Stirling]. The best textbook of Applied Qabalah. The Fourth Dimension, by [Charles] H. Hinton. The best essay on the subject. The Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley. Masterpieces of philosophy, as of prose. ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA Appendix I: Literature Recommended to Aspirants,

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1:ethicalities aside, ~ Jim Thompson
2:Ethics is a dream. ~ Charles Baxter
3:Ethics is inescapable. ~ Peter Singer
4:Ethics are the secret of nations life ~
5:Grub first, then ethics. ~ Bertolt Brecht
6:Ethics change with technology. ~ Larry Niven
7:Politics is ethics writ large. ~ Brent Weeks
8:Work ethics eliminates fear. ~ Michael Jordan
9:Pregnant women have no ethics. ~ Ursula K Le Guin
10:Wisdom is an ethics of knowledge ~ J rgen Moltmann
11:Arrakis makes us moral and ethical. ~ Frank Herbert
12:Ethical leaders never ask for loyalty. ~ James Comey
13:Ethics and aesthetics are one. ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein
14:Ethics is for people with full bellies. ~ John Kessel
15:Ethics are more important than laws. ~ Wynton Marsalis
16:Discontent is the seed of ethics. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
17:A societies needs determines their ethics ~ Maya Angelou
18:Ethical man: A Christian holding four aces. ~ Mark Twain
19:Ethics, in my view, is a navigation problem. ~ Anonymous
20:I'm not much into rear window ethics. ~ Alfred Hitchcock
21:I think I have a really good work ethic. ~ Ashlyn Harris
22:A civilization has the ethics it can afford ~ Larry Niven
23:Ethics is the new competitive environment ~ Peter Robinson
24:I conceive ethics as a branch of psychology. ~ Thomas Nagel
25:The needs of a society determine its ethics. ~ Maya Angelou
26:Economics and ethics have little in common. ~ Agnes Repplier
27:Enjoy your work and have ethical standards. ~ Walter Schloss
28:Happiness is,' after all, a consumption ethic. ~ Joan Didion
29:Relativity applies to physics, not ethics. ~ Albert Einstein
30:Work ethic must exceed the expectation level. ~ Tom Coughlin
31:A civilization has the ethics it can afford. We ~ Larry Niven
32:My personal philosophy of life is one of ethics ~ Alva Myrdal
33:The government is ethics rape in perpetuity ~ Stefan Molyneux
34:There is no spirituality without ethics ~ Jonathan Wittenberg
35:Politics and ethics belong to different worlds. ~ Adam Michnik
36:Ethics, decency and morality are the real soldiers ~ Kiran Bedi
37:Oh, I hate the cheap severity of abstract ethics! ~ Oscar Wilde
38:ontology, epistemology, pedagogy, and ethics, ~ Parker J Palmer
39:Nothing can be accomplished by logic and ethics. ~ Anton Chekhov
40:Ethics are so annoying. I avoid them on principle. ~ Darby Conley
41:Great people have great values and great ethics. ~ Jeffrey Gitomer
42:No ethic is as ethical as the work ethic. ~ John Kenneth Galbraith
43:Who is rich? He who rejoices in his portion. Ethics ~ Haim Shapira
44:You're born with intelligence, but not with ethics. ~ Massad Ayoob
45:Ethics is nothing else than reverence for life. ~ Albert Schweitzer
46:Walt Shaub is a true ethics hero for speaking out. ~ Reince Priebus
47:Where ethics are concerned, intentions are everything. ~ Sam Harris
48:Ethics is an inborn trait, but religion is acquired. ~ Dalai Lama XIV
49:Ethics is the triumph of freedom over facticity. ~ Simone de Beauvoir
50:Have a huge work ethic, be ambitious, aggressive, tough. ~ Ron Conway
51:[Shame] is the core experience of the ethical. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer
52:The novel is a penetrating study of morals and ethics. ~ Bille August
53:No ethos, pursued without thought or mercy, is ethical. ~ Janet Morris
54:Science, by itself cannot, supply us with an ethic. ~ Bertrand Russell
55:Good work requires enthusiasm, ethics, and excellence. ~ Daniel Goleman
56:Many of us are confessional giants but ethical midgets. ~ Mark Buchanan
57:Action indeed is the sole medium of expression for ethics. ~ Jane Addams
58:I guess maybe another gift I have is a great work ethic. ~ Vince McMahon
59:I think all chefs who pursue great flavor have good ethics. ~ Dan Barber
60:To have a sense of education and ethics is important. ~ Soleil Moon Frye
61:Live one day at a time emphasizing ethics rather than rules. ~ Wayne Dyer
62:That's the Senate Ethics Committee, an oxymoron since 1973. ~ Jon Stewart
63:What we have to learn to do we learn by doing. . .
   ~ Aristotle, Ethics,
64:Christian ethicists appear in public as figures struggling ~ Kelly M Kapic
65:Education is the art of making man ethical ~ Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
66:My right didn’t come from a board of ethics. It came from God. ~ C D Reiss
67:our politicians are not ethical because we aren’t ethical. ~ Chetan Bhagat
68:A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world. ~ Albert Camus
69:But to be honest, I didn’t share these ethical concerns. ~ Martin Lindstrom
70:Ethical veganism represents a commitment to nonviolence. ~ Gary L Francione
71:Love for life in all its forms is the basic ethic of Witchcraft. ~ Starhawk
72:The most unethical of all means is the non-use of any means. ~ Saul Alinsky
73:Writers are also sort of like vultures, but with fewer ethics. ~ Libba Bray
74:Ethical politics requires more than rational demystification. ~ Jane Bennett
75:Every day we act in ways that reflect our ethical judgements. ~ Peter Singer
76:Evolution is not the enemy of ethics but its first source. ~ Stuart Kauffman
77:For action is indeed the sole medium of expression for ethics. ~ Jane Addams
78:It’s pretty simple, the ethical life. It’s just demanding. ~ Terence McKenna
79:Religion is ethics heightened, enkindled, lit up by feeling ~ Matthew Arnold
80:Renunciation is the very basis upon which ethics stands. ~ Swami Vivekananda
81:The only possible ethic is to do what one wants to do. ~ William S Burroughs
82:Do you mean good as in ethical or good as in capable, Dairy? ~ Patrick Weekes
83:Inspiration and work ethic - they ride right next to each other. ~ Jack White
84:Is dharma a war fought without ethics and then glorified? ~ Anand Neelakantan
85:More often there's a compromise between ethics and expediency. ~ Peter Singer
86:TALENT and WORK ETHIC, the most important and RARE combination. ~ Hubie Brown
87:The flame of Christian ethics is still our highest guide. ~ Winston Churchill
88:There is no more ethical group on this planet than ourselves. ~ L Ron Hubbard
89:Buddhism’s cardinal ethical principle is to avoid causing harm. ~ Gil Fronsdal
90:I like Cinderella - she has a good work ethic and she likes shoes. ~ Amy Adams
91:My work ethic is something that I thought would help the team. ~ David Beckham
92:A man is ethical only when life, as such, is sacred to him. ~ Albert Schweitzer
93:But such a fortuitous rescue from ethical bondage is rare indeed. ~ Joe Queenan
94:Ethical and questions of philosophy interest me a great deal. ~ Robert Sheckley
95:Ethics are no more a part of poetry than theyare of painting. ~ Wallace Stevens
96:If there's no ethically correct solution, act irrationally. ~ Sergei Lukyanenko
97:Politics is about ethics and morality, openly or not openly. ~ Aleksandar Hemon
98:We need a boundless ethics which will include animals also. ~ Albert Schweitzer
99:I have never been impressed by the formal schools of ethics. ~ Robert A Heinlein
100:In my family we've always been into ethical stuff and recycling. ~ Bonnie Wright
101:Low trust causes friction, whether it is caused by unethical ~ Stephen M R Covey
102:Modernism was influenced by what they call a primativist ethic. ~ Theaster Gates
103:The pen isn’t really the weapon - the work ethic is the weapon. ~ Lemon Andersen
104:WikiLeaks is designed to make capitalism more free and ethical. ~ Julian Assange
105:Without "ethical culture", there is no salvation for humanity. ~ Albert Einstein
106:A country should be defended not by arms, but by ethical behavior. ~ Vinoba Bhave
107:I came into adult life equipped with an essentially romantic ethic. ~ Joan Didion
108:Politics moves upward into ethics, and ethics ascends to theology. ~ Russell Kirk
109:Self-restraint is the very keystone of the ethics of vow-taking. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
110:The jury had down right contempt for punk rock grass roots ethics. ~ Jello Biafra
111:We can't simply do our science and not worry about the ethical issues. ~ Bill Joy
112:Without ethical consciousness, a painter is only a decorator. ~ Robert Motherwell
113:An ethic isn't a fact you can look up. It's a way of thinking. ~ Theodore Sturgeon
114:Countries are rarely governed by the ethical and good people. ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
115:The Christian ethic played an essential part in my upbringing. ~ David Rockefeller
116:We are an experiment in situation ethics set by the unnamed god. ~ Gregory Maguire
117:What I love about the theater is the work ethic. I grew up with it. ~ Marlo Thomas
118:I have a work ethic. If I say I'm going to do something, I do it. ~ Viggo Mortensen
119:I have never obtained any ethical values from my scientific work. ~ Albert Einstein
120:The most ethical administration in the history of the Republic. ~ William J Clinton
121:Custom has furnished the only basis which ethics have ever had. ~ Joseph Wood Krutch
122:I think some people still don't really know what ethical fashion is. ~ Amanda Hearst
123:The only thing a man can take beyond this lifetime is his ethics. ~ Thomas Jefferson
124:Ethical existence [is] the highest manifestation of spirituality. ~ Albert Schweitzer
125:Ethically, what one generation tolerates the next may treat as normal. ~ Mal Fletcher
126:The understanding of mathematics is necessary for a sound grasp of ethics. ~ Socrates
127:To explain our conventional ethical attitudes, is not to justify them. ~ Peter Singer
128:Aesthetics is really a much better approach to ethics than theology is. ~ Alan W Watts
129:A highly developed stock exchange cannot be a club for the cult of ethics. ~ Max Weber
130:Descartes's epistemology is a special case of Aristotle's virtue ethics. ~ Ernest Sosa
131:If we want to succeed, we need to recover our grandparents’ work ethic. ~ Darren Hardy
132:If you are not rising with ethics, you will sink with every rise! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
133:I guess the painkillers wipe out your memory along with your ethics. ~ Keith Olbermann
134:I think if you cheat in a ethics class then there's really no hope for you. ~ Joe Hill
135:Looking for an honest politician is like looking for an ethical burglar. ~ H L Mencken
136:Lord of the Rings is at least superior to the Bible as a source of ethics. ~ Anonymous
137:Our code of ethics supposes that wedoctors are made of wood . ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez
138:He who defines his conduct by ethics imprisons his song-bird in a cage. ~ Khalil Gibran
139:People need doorways to explore universal religious and ethical ideas. ~ Mitch Horowitz
140:There is no perfect justice, just as there is no absolute in ethics. ~ Alan Dershowitz
141:Things change so fast, you can't use 1971 ethics on someone born in 1971. ~ Grace Slick
142:You can’t spell unprofessional, unethical, or unaccountable without the UN. ~ Brad Thor
143:Ethics is a bit like culture: the less one has, the more one flaunts it. ~ Corinne Maier
144:Grace is the essence of theology and gratitude is the essence of ethics. ~ G C Berkouwer
145:In science, progress is a fact, in ethics and politics it is a superstition. ~ John Gray
146:It is the unspoken ethic of all magicians to not reveal the secrets. ~ David Copperfield
147:Mathematics should be mixed not only with physics but with ethics. ~ Henry David Thoreau
148:With the Ethical Rules and a little concentration, anything is possible. ~ Dharma Mittra
149:All expression of truth does at length take this deep ethical form. ~ Henry David Thoreau
150:Ethics: The indispensable interface between my desire to be happy and yours. ~ Dalai Lama
151:Evangelical faith without Christian ethics is a travesty on the gospel. ~ V Raymond Edman
152:Ideally, peace means the absence of violence. It is an ethical value. ~ Mikhail Gorbachev
153:in keeping with the Hacker Ethic, no artificial boundaries were maintained. ~ Steven Levy
154:I was not born here by my consciousness towards a land ethic was ~ Terry Tempest Williams
155:Success is not about your IQ – it’s about your work ethic and your discipline ~ Anonymous
156:(whenever I hear work ethics I interpret inefficient mediocrity). ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
157:Aesthetics, ethics, and many good things in humans are contagious. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
158:For whatever reason, I have never separated the technical from the ethical. ~ Cathy O Neil
159:The major wars that the U.S. became involved in are all ethically defensible. ~ Liu Xiaobo
160:Without the Yamas, known as the ethical rules, there is no success in Yoga ~ Dharma Mittra
161:Doctors have an ethical duty to follow the practices and standards of care. ~ Bob McDonnell
162:If you can focus the energy into something valuable, put that into work ethic. ~ Kanye West
163:It is vital to any organization, to be strong and effective, to be ethical. ~ L Ron Hubbard
164:Medicine rests upon four pillars - philosophy, astronomy, alchemy, and ethics. ~ Paracelsus
165:The essence of theology is grace; the essence of Christian ethics is gratitude. ~ Anonymous
166:...what we might call everyday morality is exclusive of ethical anguish. ~ Jean Paul Sartre
167:All My Children' taught me a great work ethic; you work so hard on a soap opera! ~ Eva LaRue
168:Contemporary literature in the West has shown some signs of ethical change. ~ Lafcadio Hearn
169:It is important to use all knowledge ethically, humanely, and lovingly. ~ Carol Lynn Pearson
170:Morality, after all, had fallen with society. He was his own ethic. Makes ~ Richard Matheson
171:Non-violence is not a passive idea. It is ethical activism at its political best ~ Ela Bhatt
172:Symptoms of ethical, political and economic impoverishment are all around us. ~ Henry Giroux
173:We need to challenge the dominant culture: by ethics, principles and values. ~ Tariq Ramadan
174:Don't wait for the muse. She has a lousy work ethic. Writers just write. ~ Barbara Kingsolver
175:Ethical obligation has to subordinate itself to the totalitarian nature of war. ~ Karl Brandt
176:Ethical progress is the only cure for the damage done by scientific progress. ~ Freeman Dyson
177:Ethics is a dream, and tenderness a daytime phantasm, lost when night comes. ~ Charles Baxter
178:Living up to your commitments is part of business ethics. My word is my bond. ~ Isadore Sharp
179:The planets resources are rare; we must consume more ethically and equitably. ~ Alain Ducasse
180:The principles of ethics come from our own nature as social, reasoning beings. ~ Peter Singer
181:while religion is ethical, it by no means follows that ethics is religion. ~ Georgia Harkness
182:A land ethic...reflects the existence of an ecological conscience, and this in ~ Aldo Leopold
183:Horses have different levels of intelligence and different levels of work ethic. ~ Anson Mount
184:Let that ethical philosophy therefore of free-will be far from a Christian mind. ~ John Calvin
185:Religious belief is not a precondition either of ethical conduct or of happiness. ~ Dalai Lama
186:The highest ethical duty is often to discard the outmoded ethics of the past. ~ Corliss Lamont
187:Theology tells us how we should think while ethics tells us how we should live. ~ Wayne Grudem
188:The State, in fact, as the universal ethical will, is the creator of right. ~ Benito Mussolini
189:To me God is truth and love, God is ethics and morality, God is fearlessness. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
190:Dharma is more about empathy than ethics, about intent rather than outcome. ~ Devdutt Pattanaik
191:Ethics and equity and the principles of justice do not change with the calendar. ~ D H Lawrence
192:I think our people in Britain have a normative expectation of ethical conduct. ~ Jonathan Sacks
193:The corporation cannot be ethical, its only responsibility is to make a profit. ~ Jim Hightower
194:An ethicist is somebody who sees something wrong with whatever you have in mind. ~ Marvin Minsky
195:Ethics are my veiled mistress; I love them, but know not what they are. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
196:I don't have a good work ethic. I have a real casual relationship with hours. ~ Janeane Garofalo
197:Kitsch tends to wallow in beauty - its shortcoming is not aesthetic, but ethical ~ Hermann Broch
198:On the radio, I heard someone define ethics as “obedience to the unenforceable. ~ Jon Kabat Zinn
199:Over the past two decades, we have clearly seen an erosion of ethical values. ~ Arthur Levitt Jr
200:The oneness of human beings is the basic ethical thread that holds us together. ~ Muhammad Yunus
201:The Personality Ethic tells me I could take some kind of dramatic action—shake ~ Stephen R Covey
202:We may like the honey without liking the bee, but this will not be ethical! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
203:What is ethical to a lawyer differs from what’s ethical to the rest of the world. ~ Jodi Picoult
204:Dharma is more about empathy than ethics, about intent rather than outcome. I ~ Devdutt Pattanaik
205:ethical knowledge is “the emplotment of one’s life in the theological narrative ~ James K A Smith
206:Everybody knows that I have tougher ethics rules than any previous President. ~ William J Clinton
207:I believe this choice is ethical, and what makes it ethical is it is a choice. ~ Brittany Maynard
208:Incoherence is a common hazard for journalists who dabble in ethical judgments. ~ Andrew Ferguson
209:Putting yourself in the place of others...is what thinking ethically is all about. ~ Peter Singer
210:Silence is a fence around wisdom.~ Maimonides, in The Ethical Writings of Maimonides (Dover:1975)
211:Broad tolerance in the matter of beliefs is necessarily a part of the new ethics. ~ Lafcadio Hearn
212:I think "immoral" is probably the wrong word to use...I prefer the word "unethical." ~ Ivan Boesky
213:The use of fetuses as organ and tissue donors is a ticking time bomb of bioethics. ~ Arthur Caplan
214:To educate a person without teaching ethics is to create a menace to society. ~ Theodore Roosevelt
215:To treat others ethically is to act out of concern for their happiness and suffering. ~ Sam Harris
216:First ethical rule: If you see fraud and do not say fraud, you are a fraud. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
217:I think vegetarianism is a crucial ethical choice for an individual and a society. ~ Bernhard Goetz
218:Logic and ethics are fundamentally the same, they are no more than duty to oneself ~ Otto Weininger
219:The ethic of Reverence for Life is the ethic of Love widened into universality. ~ Albert Schweitzer
220:The first and only principle of sexual ethics: the accuser is always in the wrong. ~ Theodor Adorno
221:How is it that a solid work ethic is not an adequate defense against extreme poverty? ~ Kathryn Edin
222:I don't want to do anything that violates my own personal code of ethics and morals. ~ Michael Moore
223:Material Nature is not ethical. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, Delight of Existence, The Problem,
224:A love ethic presupposes that everyone has the right to be free, to live fully and well. ~ bell hooks
225:I... stopped acting as if I was privileged enough to worry about corporate ethics. ~ Valeria Luiselli
226:I was raised by free-spirited people, though my father gave me a very strong work ethic. ~ Diane Lane
227:There are no consequences for poor work ethic and no rewards for good work ethic. ~ Alexandra Robbins
228:An ethical act is one which does not harm others' experience or expectation of happiness. ~ Dalai Lama
229:I think ethics is always there; it's not always a very thoughtful or reflective ethics. ~ Peter Singer
230:My personal conviction is that science is concerned wholly with truth, not with ethics. ~ Arthur Keith
231:Originally, ethics has no existence apart from religion, which holds it in solution. ~ Herbert Spencer
232:People who change their values, their ethics, are not trustworthy and should be avoided. ~ Dave Ramsey
233:The best leaders operate in four dimensions: vision, reality, ethics, and courage. ~ Peter Koestenbaum
234:we have smuggled in a misleadingly ‘ethical’ vocabulary to bolster our economic arguments, ~ Tony Judt
235:All the dry ethics of the world turn to dust because apart from God they are lifeless. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
236:Economic growth without investment in human development is unsustainable - and unethical. ~ Amartya Sen
237:Ethical and responsible behavior needs to become the cornerstone of corporate behavior ~ Manmohan Singh
238:most of us turn to religion for our ethics because we don’t know where else to find them. ~ Elie Wiesel
239:Salander was an information junkie with a delinquent child's take on morals and ethics. ~ Stieg Larsson
240:What may create even more jobs is to develop more entrepreneurs, of course, ethical ones. ~ Marty Nemko
241:Action is indeed the sole medium of expression for ethics. (U.S. Social Worker, 1860-1935) ~ Jane Addams
242:All attempts to adapt our ethical code to our situation in the technological age have failed. ~ Max Born
243:Ethical leaders choose a higher loyalty to those core values over their own personal gain. ~ James Comey
244:In any ethical situation, the thing you want least to do is probably the right action. ~ Jerry Pournelle
245:In ethics, prudence is not an important virtue, but in the world it is almost everything. ~ Mason Cooley
246:Morality [or ethics] is not a subject; it is a life put to the test in dozens of moments. ~ Paul Tillich
247:My family are my priority but I've always had a strong work ethic and I like to be busy. ~ Amanda Holden
248:My parents instilled a very strong work ethic in me from a young age, fortunately. ~ Matthew Gray Gubler
249:She could taste a nuanced ethical understanding of the patent system all over his body. ~ Annalee Newitz
250:I am fully aware that everybody has a right to succeed, and success should be with ethics. ~ Sharad Pawar
251:If Americans are reluctant to go on the dole that's because they have a healthy work ethic. ~ Mickey Kaus
252:On climate change, there is a clear, definitive and ineluctable ethical imperative to act. ~ Pope Francis
253:To believe in'the greater good' isto operate, necessarily, in a certain ethical suspension. ~ Joan Didion
254:Wisdom is given to no man until he asks for it [...] ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics
255:Also they have rattlesnakes, and the death penalty, which I think is primitive and unethical ~ Donna Tartt
256:A total prohibition against lying is also ethically incoherent in anyone but a true pacifist. ~ Sam Harris
257:CosaNostra Pizza doesn't have any competition. Competition goes against the Mafia ethic. ~ Neal Stephenson
258:fail a stringent code of ethics and that none of us was capable of earning a place of honor. ~ Lisa Bevere
259:I consider ethics, as well as religion, as supplements to law in the government of man. ~ Thomas Jefferson
260:I don't think there's anything in the compromise that means that there's a clash of ethics. ~ Peter Singer
261:Objectivity works to repel the attacks of critics, like a kind of ethical pepper spray. ~ Brooke Gladstone
262:Politicians were mostly people who'd had too little morals and ethics to stay lawyers. ~ George R R Martin
263:Science, Nietzsche had warned, is becoming a factory, and the result will be ethical nihilism. ~ Rollo May
264:The fact that you're poised to commit genocide undermines your judgement on ethical matters. ~ Jim C Hines
265:the Hacker Ethic, which instructs you to keep working until your hack tops previous efforts. ~ Steven Levy
266:The only true form of freedom, the only ethical form of freedom, is through self-limitation. ~ Mark Manson
267:He was personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society he grew up in. ~ Eliezer Yudkowsky
268:never to resort to unethical ways and to play the sport with honesty and integrity at all times ~ Anonymous
269:So beauty is the base of literature, also truth is the base of science and goodness is the base of ethics ~
270:There was no way we'd ever get spoiled. Daddy made sure to instill in us a work ethic. ~ Kathie Lee Gifford
271:Those who would like the God of scripture to be more purely ethical, do not know what they ask. ~ C S Lewis
272:An ethics of desire is good news for those of us who have become allergic to an ethics of law. ~ Jean Vanier
273:Ethical decisions ensure that everyone's best interests are protected. When in doubt, don't. ~ Harvey Mackay
274:Ethics is a detergent word, used time and time again to clean consciences without scrubbing. ~ Corinne Maier
275:Rule 1: All rules can be broken. Many (ex-legal and ethical) should be. Most people won't. ~ Marc Andreessen
276:The balancing of present wants against the future is really the central problem of ethics. ~ Walter Lippmann
277:The question of receiving the immigrant is an ethical issue that becomes a political issue. ~ Ruben Martinez
278:The third rule of ethics of means and ends is that in war the end justifies almost any means. ~ Saul Alinsky
279:CSR is concerned with treating the stakeholders of the firm ethically or in a responsible manner. ~ Anonymous
280:If it comes down to your ethics vs. a job, choose ethics. You can always find another job. ~ Sallie Krawcheck
281:So the ethic I was taught in school resulted in the path I chose in my life following school. ~ Kevin Mitnick
282:The ethical manifold, conceived of as unified, furnishes, or rather is, the ideal of the whole. ~ Felix Adler
283:The more holistic a being’s knowledge becomes, the more ethical and moral that being becomes. ~ David Simpson
284:To bring a love ethic to every dimension of our lives, our society would need to embrace change. ~ bell hooks
285:What's troubling is that the Republicans to defend Mr. DeLay are weakening the ethics process. ~ Barney Frank
286:You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in. ~ Eliezer Yudkowsky
287:Enacting love was a critical aspect of experiencing love. Devotion and ethics intertwined. ~ Diana Butler Bass
288:Everyone talks about age, but it's not about age. It's about work ethic. Winning never gets old. ~ Lisa Leslie
289:He was too ethical, and too much of a coward. (Sometimes it was hard to differentiate.) ~ Jonathan Safran Foer
290:I think Scotland could take a stand in a wonderful way, ecologically and morally and ethically. ~ Annie Lennox
291:Some propositions are so dangerous that it may even be ethical to kill people for believing them. ~ Sam Harris
292:The goal changes from the general to the individual from need to wish, from ethics to aesthetics. ~ Asger Jorn
293:The Marines gave me a really strong sense of discipline and a work ethic that kicks in at my job. ~ Drew Carey
294:An act has no ethical quality whatever unless it be chosen out of several all equally possible. ~ William James
295:As the novelist Danilo Kiš put it, nationalism “has no universal values, aesthetic or ethical. ~ Timothy Snyder
296:As the old saying goes, you can’t spell unprofessional, unethical, or unaccountable without the UN. ~ Brad Thor
297:The Beat spokesman, surprisingly, seemed to be satisfied with the ethics that we have inherited. ~ Paul Goodman
298:The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings. ~ Albert Schweitzer
299:the idea that there are objective ethical truths that are independent of
what anyone desires. ~ Peter Singer
300:The justification of majority rule in politics is not to be found in its ethical superiority. ~ Walter Lippmann
301:Hacker Ethic: like lines of code in a systems program, compromise should be bummed to the minimum. ~ Steven Levy
302:History shows that where ethics and economics come in conflict, victory is always with economics. ~ B R Ambedkar
303:I think the ethics and morals of genetic engineering are very complicated. It intrigues me. ~ Roger Spottiswoode
304:I've worked hard, every single day since I left school. I think I have a Protestant work ethic. ~ Elvis Costello
305:"Once we know how uncertain the foundation is, ethical decision becomes a subjective, creative act." ~ Carl Jung
306:The basis for the ethics of the Sermon on the Mount is not what works, but rather who God is. ~ Stanley Hauerwas
307:The issue of transsexualism is an ethical one that has profound social and moral ramifications. ~ Janice Raymond
308:A giant that became the giant through unethical ways is undoubtedly the smallest dwarf ever! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
309:Carnism is the belief system in which eating certain animals is considered ethical and appropriate. ~ Melanie Joy
310:Divorced from ethics, leadership is reduced to management and politics to mere technique. ~ James MacGregor Burns
311:Ethical conduct is something that becomes inherent in an organization over a long period of time. ~ Lee R Raymond
312:Ethics evolve naturally, and we trample upon them with laws created by reason and experience. ~ Winston Churchill
313:Ethics is the activity of man directed to secure the inner perfection of his own personality. ~ Albert Schweitzer
314:I wasn't the biggest, the fastest, the strongest, and then I bought into something called work ethic. ~ Ray Lewis
315:I will be guided by the Christian ethic and an awareness that human action is by nature transient. ~ Horst Kohler
316:Keep a spirited Christian horse and a useful ethical donkey. But don't try to breed a mule. ~ Robert Farrar Capon
317:Modernity has replaced ethics with legalese, and the law can be gamed with a good lawyer. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
318:C. H. Dodd puts it this way: "To over-spiritualize religion is to weaken it ethically. ,286 ~ Ben Witherington III
319:...ethics were in most cases a burden that could be reasonably ignored in pursuit of necessity. ~ Kelley Armstrong
320:I have no ethics when it comes to art. You just do what you can to make it as beautiful as you can. ~ James Mercer
321:Nationalism: One of the effective ways in which the modern man escapes life's ethical problems. ~ Reinhold Niebuhr
322:Stand for something. Don't quest for popularity at the expense of morality and ethics and honesty. ~ Howard Cosell
323:The beast in us must be[78] wheedled: ethic is necessary, that we may not be torn to pieces. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
324:The happiness and unhappiness of men depends as much on their ethics as on fortune. ~ Francois de La Rochefoucauld
325:We cannot constantly supervise everyone in football ...you cannot ask everyone to behave ethically. ~ Sepp Blatter
326:what basis should we make these decisions? That's where the "ethical theories" come in. The Christian ~ R C Sproul
327:Ethics seems a morass which we have to cross, but get hopelessly bogged in when we make the attempt. ~ Peter Singer
328:Good is a product of the ethical and spiritual artistry of individuals; it cannot be mass-produced. ~ Aldous Huxley
329:Laws and ethics are what make an army or a navy something different than a mob of assholes with guns. ~ Elliott Kay
330:Subversive, ethical, ecological, political, humorous ... this is how I see my duty as a designer. ~ Philippe Starck
331:The men can have a moral compass that is just unshakeable, they can have ethics that run to the core. ~ Lupe Fiasco
332:To be a good detective you must also think like a crook, an immoral, unethical or unlawful person ~ Robert Kiyosaki
333:Being an economist is the least ethical profession, closer to charlatanism than any science. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
334:I'm not a guy who did drugs or drank alcohol. I had a good work ethic and gave back to the community. ~ Walt Frazier
335:In ethics, we don't make progress by discovering pre-existent truths; we do so by solving problems. ~ Philip Kitcher
336:... luckily, Eden is soon populated. The ethical dimension begins when the other appears on the scene. ~ Umberto Eco
337:Our very lives depend on the ethics of strangers, and most of us are always strangers to other people. ~ Bill Moyers
338:"We might so easily be the victims of misjudgment . . . Nevertheless we have to make ethical decisions." ~ Carl Jung
339:Ethically, which was better – taking money for killing men or taking money for having sex with men? ~ Haruki Murakami
340:Fuck the epistemic modality; this is alethic modality we’re talking now, not factuality but possibility. ~ Hal Duncan
341:God and all attributes of God are eternal. ~ Baruch Spinoza, in Ethica Ordine Geometrico Demonstrata (1677), Prop. 19
342:If there was a simple ethic for the band, it was that we want to be able to do whatever we want to do. ~ Billy Corgan
343:Indeed, all the great movements for social justice in our society have strongly emphasized a love ethic. ~ bell hooks
344:Morality and ethics are nothing but footballs, wherewith people, strong people play to win points. ~ Theodore Dreiser
345:My core values are still the same about music, and my work ethic, and what I want to represent to people. ~ DJ Shadow
346:Thomas Hobbes's politics are fitted only to promote tyranny, and his ethics to encourage licentiousness. ~ David Hume
347:Aesthetic sense is the twin of one's instinct for self-preservation and is more reliable than ethics. ~ Joseph Brodsky
348:A vegan who beats his wife is far further down the ethical ladder than a meat eater who's kind to his children. ~ Moby
349:By ethical conduct toward all creatures, we enter into a spiritual relationship with the universe. ~ Albert Schweitzer
350:Capitalism has neither the capacity, nor the morality, nor the ethics to solve the problems of poverty. ~ Fidel Castro
351:Ethics is in its unqualified form extended responsibility with regard to everything that has life. ~ Albert Schweitzer
352:I believe firmly that in making ethical decisions, man has the prerogative of true freedom of choice. ~ Corliss Lamont
353:I think Congress has spent enough time on ethics. I think it's time they moved on to something else. ~ Richard M Nixon
354:Man enters into the ethical world through fear and not through love.”—Paul Ricoeur, The Symbolism of Evil. ~ Tami Hoag
355:Research shows the presence of women raises the standards of ethical behavior and lowers corruption. ~ Hillary Clinton
356:Technology must be guided and driven by ethics if it is to do more than provide new toys for the rich. ~ Freeman Dyson
357:[...] the development of the Christian ethic slowly eroded Christian theology. Christ destroyed Jehovah. ~ Will Durant
358:The platform of an Ethical Society is itself the altar; the address must be the fire that burns thereon. ~ Felix Adler
359:To be more precise, it's ethics and liberation, and as a consequence there is an ethics of liberation. ~ Tariq Ramadan
360:We also have issue oriented storylines which are an examination of an issue, be it ethical or social. ~ David E Kelley
361:If people are not inspired from within, it will not be possible to build a good work ethic. Work ~ Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
362:I had no kind of work ethic and I always felt that music - especially rock 'n' roll - was a more for boys. ~ Lola Kirke
363:I think there's a God and I know it's not me. I don't have a set of tenets, but I live an ethical life. ~ Michael J Fox
364:No artist has ethical sympathies. An ethical sympathy in an artist is an unpardonable mannerism of style. ~ Oscar Wilde
365:No matter how small his portion, let him rejoice in it.~ Maimonides, in The Ethical Writings of Maimonides (Dover:1975)
366:St. Thomas is as practical and plain and reasonable in ethics as Aristotle, or Confucius, or your uncle. ~ Peter Kreeft
367:There are a lot of people who pretend to have moral ethics and they talk from both sides of their mouth. ~ John Assaraf
368:The white magician's motto is: "right is might" (survival of all). ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics
369:An Islamic ethic for the wealthy is that they exude magnanimity, generosity, and the demeanor of lenience. ~ Hamza Yusuf
370:But an ethical and evolved life also entails telling the truth about oneself and living out that truth. ~ Cheryl Strayed
371:Divorced from ethics,
leadership is reduced to management
and politics to mere technique. ~ James MacGregor Burns
372:I make up my own mind in light of available facts, with my own experience and a sense of personal ethics. ~ Ian Anderson
373:My biggest problem with modernity may lie in the growing separation of the ethical and the legal ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
374:stopped acting as if I was privileged enough to worry about corporate ethics, and signed the contract ~ Valeria Luiselli
375:The technological way of thinking has infected even ethics, which is supposed to be thinking about the good. ~ Leon Kass
376:whenever people start talking about curing too many things with science, I’m always glad bioethics wasn’t ~ Jodi Picoult
377:As soon as you start mixing up politics and some sort of ethical code in music, you've got it all wrong. ~ Patrick Carney
378:BRINGING A CHILD INTO THE world without its consent seems unethical. Leaving the womb just seems insane. ~ Melissa Broder
379:Ethical systems and practices need to look good. They have to be desirable, well-designed and work well. ~ Adrian Grenier
380:Every aspect of Western culture needs a new code of ethics - a rational ethics - as a precondition of rebirth. ~ Ayn Rand
381:His motto: “Screw the little people.” He had lied before, and he would lie again. Ethics were for suckers. ~ Fannie Flagg
382:If you can teach your child to be compassionate and to be ethical, you will be the greatest teacher! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
383:I had violated one of Ross Jeffries’s only ethical rule of seduction: Leave her better than you found her. ~ Neil Strauss
384:In many climbing cultures, it seems that dirty ethics and poor style are acceptable. In mine they are not. ~ Leo Houlding
385:I've handled colour as a man should behave. You may conclude that I consider ethics and aesthetics as one. ~ Josef Albers
386:Whenever governments adopt a moral tone - as opposed to an ethical one - you know something is wrong. ~ John Ralston Saul
387:Doing the right thing doesn't always bring success. But compromising ethics almost always leads to failure. ~ Vivek Wadhwa
388:For me, poetry has no point in existing if it's not to be a prompt or aid to political and ethical change. ~ John Kinsella
389:It is useless to expound Christian morals and ethics to those who have not yet committed themselves to Christ. ~ Anonymous
390:One’s concern with the ethics of means and ends varies inversely with one’s personal interest in the issue. ~ Saul Alinsky
391:Stop equating work ethic with excessive work hours. Neither is going to get you ahead or help you find calm. ~ Jason Fried
392:The ethic of the journalist is to recognize one's prejudices, biases, and avoid getting them into print. ~ Walter Cronkite
393:There is value in any experience that exercises those ethical restraints collectively called sportsmanship. ~ Aldo Leopold
394:We need a tougher enforcement program and, most importantly, we need to fix the badly broken ethics system. ~ Marty Meehan
395:And where I excel is ridiculous, sickening, work ethic. You know, while the other guy's sleeping? I'm working. ~ Will Smith
396:A sexual ethic that includes concern means seeing someone as a whole person and not just a willing body. ~ Nadia Bolz Weber
397:I do see a big difference in the American work ethic compared to the British work ethic in a lot of artists. ~ Simon Cowell
398:I have faith, as I did when I announced my stem-cell decision in 2001, that science and ethics can coexist. ~ George W Bush
399:Philosophers don't all believe that ethics is just based on intuition. That's just stupid! It's ignoramus! ~ Marjorie Grene
400:Questions about Ethics so perplexing that even a Jesuit couldn't respond without committing a venial sin. ~ Neal Stephenson
401:Religion long ago modified the character of ethical discussion by undermining the original egalitarianism. ~ Philip Kitcher
402:She is not philosophy, I am not an ethical question. I will not risk my existence to satisfy your curiosity. ~ Heidi Heilig
403:Success must be approached from an ethical viewpoint. Success is your duty, obligation, and responsibility! ~ Grant Cardone
404:The demands of the science, of the ethics and of the reason are superior to the demands of the people! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
405:The involuntary character of psychiatric treatment is at odds with the spirit and ethics of medicine itself. ~ Kate Millett
406:We don’t need any sort of religious orientation to lead a life that is ethical, compassionate & kind. ~ Sharon Salzberg
407:We must serve consciously as caring role models, emphasizing the ethic of service, not consumption. ~ Marian Wright Edelman
408:According to the new ethics, virtue is not restrictive but expansive, a sentiment and even an intoxication. ~ Irving Babbitt
409:Ethics is a code of values which guide our choices and actions and determine the purpose and course of our lives. ~ Ayn Rand
410:Freedom should be manifested within clear ethical guidelines and an egalitarian feedback structure. Informed ~ Shinzen Young
411:Living by a love ethic we learn to value loyalty and a commitment to sustained bonds over material advancement. ~ bell hooks
412:Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have the right to do and what is the right thing to do. ~ Max Allan Collins
413:In literature as in ethics, there is danger, as well as glory, in being subtle. Aristocracy isolates us. ~ Charles Baudelaire
414:It is clear that ethics cannot be expressed. Ethics are transcendental. (Ethics and æsthetics are one.) ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein
415:No man can be a sound lawyer in this land who is not well read in the ethics of Moses and the virtues of Jesus. ~ Fisher Ames
416:Stem cell research must be carried out in an ethical manner in a way that respects the sanctity of human life. ~ John Boehner
417:The beauty of ethics is that nobody can be perfectly certain about what it includes or even what it means. ~ Robertson Davies
418:The ethic of conviction and the ethic of responsibility are not opposites. They are complementary to one another. ~ Max Weber
419:There are People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, but sadly no Animals for the Ethical Treatment of People. ~ Mark Steyn
420:Why is taste, the crudest of our senses, exempted from the ethical rules that govern our other senses? ~ Jonathan Safran Foer
421:Donald Evans is a favorite person of mine. His worth ethic, his attitude and his dedication really set him apart. ~ Joe Greene
422:Eliezer Yudkowsky says, "You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in. ~ Anonymous
423:Ethics is in origin the art of recommending to others the sacrifices required for cooperation with oneself. ~ Bertrand Russell
424:Even when a man with pristine political and ethical credentials tries to effect change, the results are poor.1 ~ Jason Stearns
425:That Christianity should never have been a religion. What it should be is an ethic: a way of living right. ~ Kenneth C Johnson
426:We can be ethical only in relation to something we can see, feel, understand, love, or otherwise have faith in. ~ Aldo Leopold
427:Work ethic, confidence, a laser focus and commitment to accomplish a goal that most people can never imagine. ~ Daniel Cormier
428:For the moral basis, it is obvious that man's ethical responsibility varies with his knowledge of consequences ~ G K Chesterton
429:Her selfishness warred mightily with every bit of ethics she had ever learned from the women of her family. ~ Maggie Stiefvater
430:I believe that there has to be an ideal and I favour an ethical anarchism which can be cohered into an ideal. ~ Murray Bookchin
431:Survival of the fittest is a scientific fact, but it is a cruel ethic; the way of beasts, not a civilized society. ~ A G Riddle
432:The black magician's motto is: "might is right" (survival of the fittest). ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics
433:The depersonalizati on of diagnosis and therapy has changed malpractice from an ethical into a technical problem. ~ Ivan Illich
434:Ethical behavior is doing the right thing when no one else is watching- even when doing the wrong thing is legal. ~ Aldo Leopold
435:Even those dry pedants who think that ethics depend on economics must admit that economics depend on existence. ~ G K Chesterton
436:I believe work is good. There is dignity in work. I also believe that a hard-work ethic forges strong leaders. ~ Mike Krzyzewski
437:If you don't have an ethic of conservation, you basically have a license to drive a Hummer through the Amazon. ~ Thomas Friedman
438:I put air quotes around the word ethical. I regretted doing that. Instantly. I think that was what provoked him. ~ Stephen White
439:I think the ethical standards established in this White House have been the highest in the history of the White House. ~ Al Gore
440:Love is religion, and hate is atheism...ethics is philosophy. ~ Manly P Hall, Back to Basics in Religion, Philosophy and Science
441:Refusal to stand up for what you believe in weakens individual morality and ethics as well as those of the culture. ~ bell hooks
442:The beliefs concerning reincarnation have great ethical impact on human life and our relationship to the world. ~ Stanislav Grof
443:The writing ethic was influenced - when you have to write every day, there's no such thing as writer's block. ~ Michael Connelly
444:We must live according to the principle of a land ethic. The alternative is that we shall not live at all. ~ Kathleen Dean Moore
445:At their best, all religious, philosophical, and ethical traditions are based on the principle of compassion. I ~ Karen Armstrong
446:Change is scientific; progress is ethical; change is indubitable, whereas progress is a matter of controversy. ~ Bertrand Russell
447:Ethics are determined by what they catch you doing. If you don’t get caught, then you haven’t violated any ethics. ~ John Grisham
448:God is the indwelling and not the transient cause of all things. ~ Baruch Spinoza, in Ethica Ordine Geometrico Demonstrata (1677)
449:I do not agree that NIMBYism is wrong morally. I believe that NIMBYism is wrong ethically. It's a personal choice. ~ Chicken John
450:If you want something you can have it, but you have to do some work. It's the ethic my mother brought me up with. ~ Joanne Harris
451:It appears, then, that ethics, as a branch of knowledge, is nothing more than a department of psychologyand sociology. ~ A J Ayer
452:I think that ethical behaviour is another feature of the kind of inner discipline that leads to a happier existence. ~ Dalai Lama
453:My parents have a strong work ethic, but their attitude to life, their philosophy, is: 'whatever makes you happy. ~ Sally Hawkins
454:Stairs elevate you; ethics elevates you; goodness elevates you; awareness elevates you; wisdom elevates you. ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
455:we often become our kindest, most ethical selves only by seeing what it feels like to be selfish assholes first. ~ Cheryl Strayed
456:You can speak of the ethical foundations of science, but you cannot speak of the scientific foundations of ethics. ~ Eric Metaxas
457:An ethic gone wrong is an essential preliminary to the sweat shop or the concentration camp and the death march. ~ Simon Blackburn
458:Change is scientific, ‘progress’ is ethical. Change is indubitable whereas progress is a matter of controversy. ~ Bertrand Russell
459:I come from the home-grown punk ethic, where it doesn't matter if you can't play a note, it's how you communicate. ~ Siobhan Fahey
460:If I do eat meat, it's got to be ethical. I want to know that it lived a great life before it was killed humanely. ~ Ricky Gervais
461:It is not people who break ethical standards who are regarded as aliens. It is people like me who are isolated. ~ Grigori Perelman
462:It's possible to disagree with someone about the ethics of non-violence without wanting to kick his face in. ~ Christopher Hampton
463:Obviously you have a responsibility - one would like to think there is such a thing as ethics in filmmaking. ~ George Hickenlooper
464:Teach them ethics and martial arts and. . . I don't know. Bravery. Do you think you can teach someone to be brave? ~ Marissa Meyer
465:The act of willing this or that, of choosing among various courses of conduct, is central in the realm of ethics. ~ Corliss Lamont
466:There is always only one question in the ethics of truth: how will I, as some-one, continue to exceed my own being? ~ Alain Badiou
467:we often become our kindest, most ethical selves only by seeing what it feels like to be a selfish jackass first. ~ Cheryl Strayed
468:White magic is the right use of spiritual power, consciously and objectively. ~ Manly P Hall, Magic: A Treatise on Esoteric Ethics
469:Ethical metaphysics is fundamentally an attempt, however disguised, to give legislative force to our own wishes. ~ Bertrand Russell
470:I can only say that, while my own opinions as to ethics do not satisfy me, other people's satisfy me still less. ~ Bertrand Russell
471:In law a man is guilty when he violates the rights of others. In ethics he is guilty if he only thinks of doing so. ~ Immanuel Kant
472:Mathematics is distinguished from all other sciences except only ethics, in standing in no need of ethics. ~ Charles Sanders Peirce
473:[The prince] dare not let ethics keep him from doing whatever evil must be done to preserve himself and the state. ~ Jacques Barzun
474:The truth is, hardly any of us have ethical energy enough for more than one really inflexible point of honor. ~ George Bernard Shaw
475:Anger can be a bitterness that devours your soul while righteous indignation is morally driven, it's ethically driven. ~ Cornel West
476:In a disparate world, children are a unifying force capable of bringing us all together in support of a common ethic. ~ Graca Machel
477:In terms of instilling the values of mental toughness and work ethic, discipline is the gift that keeps on giving. ~ William Baldwin
478:Neither the ethical being nor the aesthetic being is the whole man. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, Aesthetic and Ethical Culture,
479:Only an ethical movement can rescue us from barbarism, and the ethical comes into existence only in individuals. ~ Albert Schweitzer
480:Reading enables me to maintain a sense of something substantive– my ethical integrity, my intellectual integrity. ~ Jonathan Franzen
481:We abjure labels. We fight for money and an indefinable pride. The politics, the ethics, the moralities, are irrelevant. ~ Glen Cook
482:Ethical leaders do not run from criticism, especially self-criticism, and they don’t hide from uncomfortable questions. ~ James Comey
483:Refined religion is aimed at realizing ethical values, including the fostering of human lives and human communities. ~ Philip Kitcher
484:She wasn’t sure which motivation made better fuel for innovation: naïve but ethical beliefs, or the need to survive. ~ Annalee Newitz
485:The lab isn't evil, it's ethically challenged. We do good things.

I bet Frankenstein told himself the same thing. ~ Mira Grant
486:The State becomes society or humanity on the ethical side, a production and trade system on the economic side ~ Francis Parker Yockey
487:To a thrifty theologian, bent on redemption with economy, there are few points of ethics too fine-spun for splitting. ~ Ellen Glasgow
488:You don’t need a social scientist to tell you that people behave less ethically when they think nobody can see them. ~ Jonathan Haidt
489:Ethics are more important than laws. Which means that the exact note is less important than the feeling of the note. ~ Wynton Marsalis
490:Examine each question in terms of what is ethically and aesthetically right, as well as what is economically expedient. ~ Aldo Leopold
491:If you want to find out how strong a company's ethics are, don't listen to what its people say, watch what they do. ~ Elizabeth Warren
492:I would never stay in office against the will of the people. My ethics and patriotism do not allow me to do so. ~ Abdel Fattah el Sisi
493:people became not just more cost conscious, but also more environmentally aware, health minded, and ethically driven. ~ Howard Schultz
494:That students of philosophy ought first to learn logics, then ethics, next physics, last of all the nature of the gods.”1 ~ David Hume
495:The young people working for me are ambitious and hard-working. That work ethic has always been a trait of the British. ~ Simon Cowell
496:Thus awakening is not a state but a process: an ethical way of life and commitment that enables human flourishing. ~ Stephen Batchelor
497:To desire and to work is human, and here the scope of ethics ends. The results and consequences are in God's hands. ~ Alija Izetbegovi
498:All ancient history was written with a moral object; the ethical interest predominates almost to the exclusion of all others. ~ Tacitus
499:Ethics are not necessarily to do with being law-abiding. I am very interested in the moral path, doing the right thing. ~ Kate Atkinson
500:I have never looked upon ease and happiness as ends in themselves. This ethical basis I call the ideal of the pigsty. ~ Albert Einstein

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   8 Yoga
   4 Integral Theory
   3 Fiction
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   2 Science
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   1 Poetry
   1 Education
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   19 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   13 Aleister Crowley
   11 Aldous Huxley
   10 A B Purani
   9 The Mother
   6 Satprem
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   5 Thubten Chodron
   5 Swami Vivekananda
   5 Saint Augustine of Hippo
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   4 Jordan Peterson
   4 George Van Vrekhem
   3 H P Lovecraft
   3 Bokar Rinpoche
   2 Swami Krishnananda
   2 James George Frazer
   2 Franz Bardon
   2 Aristotle


   23 The Human Cycle
   21 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   17 Essays In Philosophy And Yoga
   15 Essays On The Gita
   14 The Life Divine
   11 The Perennial Philosophy
   10 The Practice of Psycho therapy
   10 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   9 Magick Without Tears
   8 Mysterium Coniunctionis
   8 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01
   6 Liber ABA
   5 The Secret Doctrine
   5 How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator
   5 City of God
   4 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   4 Questions And Answers 1956
   4 Preparing for the Miraculous
   4 Maps of Meaning
   4 Letters On Yoga I
   4 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02
   3 The Problems of Philosophy
   3 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
   3 Tara - The Feminine Divine
   3 Savitri
   3 Letters On Yoga II
   3 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   2 The Study and Practice of Yoga
   2 The Practice of Magical Evocation
   2 The Phenomenon of Man
   2 The Golden Bough
   2 The Future of Man
   2 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
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Body and Soul (1947) ::: 7.6/10 -- Approved | 1h 44min | Drama, Film-Noir, Sport | 11 November 1947 (USA) -- A talented boxer's young career hits difficult terrain when an unethical promoter takes interest in him. Director: Robert Rossen Writer: Abraham Polonsky (original screenplay) Stars:
Force of Evil (1948) ::: 7.3/10 -- Passed | 1h 19min | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir | March 1949 (USA) -- An unethical lawyer, with an older brother he wants to help, becomes a partner with a client in the numbers racket. Director: Abraham Polonsky Writers: Abraham Polonsky (screenplay), Ira Wolfert (screenplay) | 1 more credit Stars:
Good Kill (2014) ::: 6.4/10 -- R | 1h 42min | Drama, Thriller, War | 15 May 2015 (USA) -- A family man begins to question the ethics of his job as a drone pilot. Director: Andrew Niccol Writer: Andrew Niccol
Millions (2004) ::: 6.8/10 -- PG | 1h 38min | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 29 April 2005 (USA) -- Ethics, being human and the soul come to the fore when a 7-year old finds a bag of Pounds just days before the currency is switched to Euros and learns what we are really made of. Director: Danny Boyle Writer:
Sweet Smell of Success (1957) ::: 8.0/10 -- Approved | 1h 36min | Drama, Film-Noir | 4 July 1957 (USA) -- Powerful but unethical Broadway columnist J.J. Hunsecker coerces unscrupulous press agent Sidney Falco into breaking up his sister's romance with a jazz musician. Director: Alexander Mackendrick Writers:
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956) ::: 7.1/10 -- Approved | 2h 33min | Drama, Romance, War | 8 May 1956 (USA) -- An ex-soldier faces ethical questions as he tries to earn enough to support his wife and children well. Director: Nunnally Johnson Writers: Nunnally Johnson (screenplay), Sloan Wilson (novel)
The Messenger (2009) ::: 7.1/10 -- R | 1h 53min | Drama, Romance, War | 4 December 2009 (USA) -- An American soldier struggles with an ethical dilemma when he becomes involved with a widow of a fallen officer. Director: Oren Moverman Writers: Alessandro Camon, Oren Moverman
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