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WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY
Deontology
dee-on-TALL-oh-jee
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Greek, early 19th century
1

A theory of ethics that establishes rules of right and wrong actions

2

The study of determining the right way to live life, based on duty and moral obligation

Examples of Deontology in a sentence

“After studying deontology in her Intro to Philosophy class she became obsessed with creating rules for her roommates to follow.”

“The Golden Rule is one of the most basic principles of deontology — treat others how you wish to be treated.”