Never underestimate the entertainment value of the industriously amoral.
Humans -- unlike corporations -- can be moral, immoral, or amoral.
But the great thing about good science is that it's amoral, objective and doesn't cater to the court of public opinion.
Evolution teaches us that nature is heartless, amoral, completely unconcerned with if humanity survives or passes.
The amoral slacker loses friends, lovers and his law license.
I'm going to take the amoral position.
With his distinctive protagonist, thoroughly amoral villains and the unrelenting action, Perry scores again.
Either liability must be re-introduced or corporations will destroy society through their essential amorality.
What makes Morris so fascinating is his utterly amoral mindset.
The former is factually based and amoral.
British Dictionary definitions for amoral
having no moral quality; nonmoral
without moral standards or principles
amorality (ˌeɪmɒˈrælɪtɪ) noun amorally, adverb
Amoral is often wrongly used where immoral is meant. Immoral is properly used to talk about the breaking of moral rules, amoral about people who have no moral code or about places or situations where moral considerations do not apply
"ethically indifferent," 1882, a hybrid formed from Greek privative prefix a- "not" (see a- (3)) + moral, which is derived from Latin. First used by Robert Louis Stephenson (1850-1894) as a differentiation from immoral.