Should we replace the word 'morality'?

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Re: Should we replace the word 'morality'?
« Reply #15 on: April 02, 2013, 12:30:55 am »
You know, Porquoi, the sufixe "Im" in this situation means exactly the opposite. I voted that it should change and everything, but if you could use Immorality in the game contest(according to what you said), you could use Morality as well. If it's not the case I would like to know why.
I can say 'You're immoral!', but definitely not 'You're moral.', because it's simply not correct.
Now, extend this to their nominal derivatives. If Aero used 'Immorality' for the TCO concept (as like how immoral you are) and multiplied all the numbers by -1, then it could probably work, but 'Morality' is simply incorrect.
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