Ethos in a sentence as a noun

Isn't that what the so-called hacker "ethos" is supposed to be about?

Everything he's ever done has been 10% pure hacker ethos.

The ethos of a company derive from that of the founder, this event should be a surprise to no one.

Between this and the Safari story, I'm struck at just how deep Apple's internal secrecy ethos runs.

Those of us that have been instilled with the "disrupt the establishment" ethos in the 90's and 2000's will find a new industry to disrupt...our own.

" Not all applications of this paradigm are a net positive, and despite the hacker ethos not all laws are meant to broken.

America's nuclear navy works hard to cultivate this ethos, but I'm not sure if it's easy to cultivate this in Japan.

The 37signals ethos of having an opinion and saying no a lot creates wonderful experiences and products for users who are new to a certain field.

[PS]A big problem with Popehat vis a vis HN is that the blog titles are never congenial to this site, and the ethos on HN is now "don't mess with the titles".

My jokes demonstrate what you've been allowing for years but only seem to care about now that it's insulting your own ethos of the "uber hacker scientist ruling the world":You guys love cruelty and insult, I'm proof.

Is he arguing that his journalism is completely unrepresentative of the Valley?Though you can find corners that exude more of a non-biz-oriented hacker ethos, like Noisebridge.

It doesn't really fit with the image Mozilla tries to present of themselvesPersonally I think the company's ethos is consistent with NOT suppressing freedom of speech or political expression.

I think it stems from the fact that the "knowledge worker"/hacker ethos is often deeply rooted in a self-driven and motivated agenda of learning and experimenting with new things on a constant basis, very often just for the sake of it.

Ethos definitions


(anthropology) the distinctive spirit of a culture or an era; "the Greek ethos"