"Amoral" Or "Immoral"?

Although they sound similar amoral is distinct in meaning from immoral. While temperative means ‘not conforming to accepted standards of morality’, as in:

The council judged the film to be immoral and obscene.

amoral implies ‘not outact with morality’, as in:

The client pays for the amoral expertise of the lawyer.

 

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