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nonmoral Syllabification: non·mor·al
Pronunciation: /nänˈmôrəl/

Definition of nonmoral in English:

adjective

Not holding or manifesting moral principles: nonmoral value judgments
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  • In this respect they anticipate some of Kant's ideas about moral and non-moral value.
  • Likona differentiates between moral values and non-moral ones.
  • Perhaps there are non-moral senses of the term ‘corruption’.

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