Meaning of non-moral in English:


Pronunciation /nɒnˈmɒr(ə)l/


  • Not holding or manifesting moral principles.

    ‘non-moral value judgements’
    • ‘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’.’
    • ‘If we nonetheless accept that maximizing utility is itself the goal, then it is best seen as a non-moral ideal, akin in some ways to an aesthetic ideal.’
    • ‘In this respect, our disagreements about morality are analogous to our disagreements about non-moral matters.’