Ethos

Spirit - Atmosphere - Philosophy - Attitude.

Ethos

[magazine] Ethos is a biannual magazine published by the Serco Group. The stated aim of Ethos is to `stimulate thought and provoke reaction to the big issues shaping the world of public services`. Ethos is published both online every month and in print twice a year. == Contributors == Ethos aims to capture a diversity of viewpoints from acr...
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ethos

[n] - the distinctive spirit of a people or an era
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ETHOS

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Ethos

E'thos noun [ Latin , from Greek ... character. See Ethic .] 1. The character, sentiment, or disposition of a community or people, considered as a natural endowment; the spirit which actuates manners and customs; also, the characteristic tone or genius of an institution or social organizati...
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ethos

noun (anthropology) the distinctive spirit of a culture or an era; `the Greek ethos`
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Ethos

• (n.) The character, sentiment, or disposition of a community or people, considered as a natural endowment; the spirit which actuates manners and customs; also, the characteristic tone or genius of an institution or social organization. • (n.) The traits in a work of art which express the ideal or typic character -- character as influenc...
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ethos

in rhetoric, the character or emotions of a speaker or writer that are expressed in the attempt to persuade an audience. It is distinguished from ... [4 related articles]
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Ethos

A rhetorical appeal to an audience based on the speaker/writer's credibility.
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Ethos

(Gr. ethos) Character; moral purpose; distinguished by Aristotle from thought or intelligence as a source of dramatic action; hence that element in a dramatic composition which portrays character as distinct from the portrayal of thought or suffering. -- G.R.M.
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Ethos

Ethos (s or s) is a Greek word meaning `character` that is used to describe the guiding beliefs or ideals that characterize a community, nation, or ideology. The Greeks also used this word to refer to the power of music to influence its hearer`s emotions, behaviours, and even morals. Early Greek stories of Orpheus exhibit this idea in a compell......
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