The author's idea about the amorality of science is erroneous.
But what was really going on was the apotheosis of amorality and lawlessness.
Yet it would be wrongheaded to get worked up over the apparent amorality or violence in the hot genre picture of the moment.
They were subversive, anarchic hedonists pursuing a particular line of amorality.
British Dictionary definitions for amorality
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.