ETHOS

ETHOS

 

Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary defines ethos as “the moral ideas and attitudes that belong to a particular group or society”.

Ethos refers to the character or customs or a set of attitudes and values. In fact, the word ethics was derived from the word ethos.

 

Ethos and Ethics

It is very difficult to differentiate the terms with clear boundaries. Because the two words ethos and ethics are linguistically linked as they share the same etymology. However, we can conclude that, ethos is more related to values and principles while ethics is more related to right and wrong behavior.

Thus, Ethos can be defined as the character or fundamental values of a person, people, culture, or movement.


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