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Ethos is a Greek word originally meaning accustomed place custom, habit, equivalent to Latin mores. Ethos forms the root of ethikos meaning moral, showing moral character. To the Greeks ancient and modern, the meaning is simply the state of being, the inner source, the soul, the mind, and the original essence, that shapes and forms a person or animal. Late Latin borrowed it as ethicus, the feminine of which is the origin of the modern English word ethics
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Frederic P. Miller
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