What is the etymology of ethics?

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ethics (n.) "the science of morals," c. 1600, plural of Middle English ethik "study of morals" (see ethic). The word also traces to Ta Ethika, title of ...
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What is Ethics? The word "ethics" originates from the Greek character ethos which ... I like the two questions you present under the etymology of the word.
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Etymology of the English word ethics . the English word ethics. derived from the Latin word ethice (ethics; moral philosophy; ... © 2008 ...
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what is ethics? etymology (origin) of the word ‘ethics’? • moral derives from the latin word moralis; • the ancient roman philosopher, cicero
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