antimoralism

moralism

[mawr-uh-liz-uhm, mor-]
noun
1.
the habit of moralizing.
2.
3.
emphasis, especially undue emphasis, on morality.
4.
the practice of morality, as distinct from religion.

Origin:
1820–30; moral + -ism

antimoralism, noun
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moralism (ˈmɒrəˌlɪzəm)
 
n
1.  the habit or practice of moralizing
2.  a moral saying
3.  the practice of moral principles without reference to religion

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