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Ethics and Morality

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Ethics is about what we should – and should not - do. It includes identification of basic principles, e.g. the prerogatives of property owners; and the application of those principles to actual situations, e.g. copyright protection of intellectual property over the Internet.
He doesn't know what he wants and he never deserved you   i am very sorry. you will need to get a lawyer as soon as you possibly can and begin the process. If you cannot do that you will have to go back or stay here illegally (the latter of which i do not condone.)
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Answer You didn't mention if your doctor loved you as well. It is against the law for a doctor to have a love interest in his patient. If you both have a relationship going then I suggest you find another doctor if you wish to pursue this man.
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There is no such thing as evil or good, unless there is a standard. Man is what he chooses to be. Enough said. In the eyes of the Lord there are no shaded areas of being good or evil. Man cannot hide in the gloaming or at dusk and say that one is "Mostly" good or evil and return to the light as a…
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Here are some answers from WikiAnswers contributors: - The answer to this question is very debatable, and the answer can definitely change in different cases. However, the main reason that guys like easy girls is because guys like sex. If they think they can sleep with an easy girl faster than the …
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The term ethics describes the topic, idea, study, analysis, and discussion, of the hypothetical criteria for assessing the appropriateness of behaviors, decisions, actions, and/or intellectual positions. Some commonly cited ethical criteria might include culture, religion, philosophy, reason, logic,…
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Yes and No... Viewpoint 1 Subjective morality Ask yourself - What would of happened if the means hadn't taken place?Additional consequences of the means/endHow would the answers to the above questions affected you/society (depending if you are egotistical or a utilitarian) Viewpoint 2 Objective …
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My guess is there are two reasons. One, an atomic blast involves a much bigger area of damage. Two, a bigger blast area almost certainly means civilians will be hurt or killed. With traditional bombs, the target is usually combat-specific. I believe it is because of the radiation poisoning of the a…
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In my opinion, I would define them this way: Professional Ethics - You are compliant with the company's policies, and procedures. You also do not intend to pose harm to the company, its share and stakeholders, or employees. You also respect authority and abide by the rules and regulations set forth…
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Here is where something called "principles" comes into play. No, there is not always a clear cut law regarding an issue, but sometimes we have to see what the Bible says about related issues, and use our power of reason to come to a conclusion as to how God would view the matter.Take for example the…
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Over time and through use some words have had emotional connotations attached to them. When people want to evoke an emotional response in conversation they often resort to using these charged words. When words are commonly used in negative emotionally charged settings the emotional attachment to the…
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Answer 1 You become a nice person by appreciating what you have, and by respecting other people even if you don't like them, you still have to respect them. Treat yourself and others with care. MOST IMPORTANTLY: Treat others the way you want to be treated!! You also have to believe that you can be …
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Answer Would you entrust your money to someone you thought was unethical? Would you risk heavy fines and possible jail time for skimming funds from a client? People who work in finance are placed in a fiduciary position of trust; first, by their employers, if they're not self-employed, but more …
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First Answer I think there is no difference. Either a person is ethical and makes ethical choices or they are not. Answer Personal ethics are the code of values one holds in everyday life. Professional ethics is the suspension of these for pay (e.g., a public health nurse, opposed to contracepti…
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there is no longer any connection. legally right,morally wrong - Ethics have not changed. People have.
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This question has several different parts. First, being an atheist has nothing to do with morals: you could be moral and an atheist, or immoral and religious. If you are not religious you can be moral or immoral either way. Secondly respecting people's faiths would be considered moral. atheist from…
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Answer Morality is the force of "how to be" in this human existence. "How TO BE" is the force of "being" in this world. As we exist, we be. How we be is the question of what it means to be moral. Morality would ask the question of human existence, "what is the greatest way "to be" or to live? Lif…
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A decision I made during my supervisory job in DSWD to act in a professional manner applying business ethics even my superior acted unproffesionally. The result was effective since my decision really favored the body itself. Professional ethics concerns the moral issues that arise because of the spe…
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The criticism is acceptable if it is objective and reflecting facts. However, if criticism is based on false ground then it should be responded by facts and realities. In both cases, one should not lose his/her control and not to be nervous or out of control.
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Answer A if you want to learn about ethics and morality of Islam I don't recommend that you read cropped verses unless you already know the context. Islam is a complete system of ethics...starting with as simple as a smile that counts as charity all the way up to defending the oppressed. Backbitin…
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A person should have a good work ethic if they want to have a successful career. They should come to work on time and come with a positive attitude.
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Art would seem to be the major form of non verbal communication. Cultural values are very easily seen in art work. For example, Religious periods will have a huge number of religious paintings- obviously showing the value of religion in that culture. In some Asian cultures, paintings and sculptures …
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Defining Business Ethics Business ethics is a form of the art of applied ethics that examines ethical rules and principles within a commercial context, the various moral or ethical problems that can arise in a business setting, and any special duties or obligations that apply to persons who are eng…
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Impact of philosophical system on business ethics
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Because no one caresBasically, a 'lower class' or non-famous person's death is not of enough general interest to warrant a big report.Take, for example, someone working an assembly line in a automobile manufacturing plant. If the guy that pushes the button to move the conveyor belt dies of a heart a…
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Answer There is a "Code of Ethics" of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) that is referred to as the "ACM Code". It is also called "Software Engineering Code of Ethics and Professional Practice" and can be found on their website: http://www.acm.org/serving/se/code.htm Answer-- C…
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Secular answer Homosexuality isn't immoral, since it can't hurt anyone.  A Progressive Christian Answer "Love your neighbor as you love yourself" means to treat others kindly and respectfully. The majority of Christians follow this most of the time. The majority of Christians are Christ-honor…
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There are a number of questions you can ask yourself to determine if a situation is unethical. You can ask if it hurts innocent people for example.
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Ben Franklin's quote "but in the world nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes."^||This statement is untrue. Although Benjamin Franklin DID state this in a letter to French physicist and writer, Jean- Baptiste Leroy. Daniel Defoe, in fact, said the statement, " Things as certain as …
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Why is cloning good?Debate Profession: Sam and Kassidy Reason 1: They allow us to clone body parts for those who need it. They allow them to let those people who are supposed to die, live. For instance, let's say all of the sudden Korbyn's heart fails. And all the doctors and nurses search and searc…
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Answer To encourage them to be ethical. - Ethics and morals must be known to be followed.
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It is a way of purchasing products and services in a way to minimise social or environmental damage. This would mean purchasing Fairtrade products from agriculture and sustainable seafoods from the fishing industry. In other words not to buy products that have a negative impact on society
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It will be more appropriate to ask, what are the ethical issues in various sectors. Because if we look at companies as a whole, there could be many issues happening in an around it. For example, FINANCE SECTOR: Misleading accounting analysis, fraud, Accounting Scandals (ENRON, SATYAM)MANUFACTURING: …
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No - except in cases where there is no cure for their condition and a new experimental treatment has shown promise and the parents elect to see if the experimental procedure might help. In that respect the child is part of medical research.
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The main ethical issue to consider in Asch's study is decieving the participants and therefore the lack of informed consent (however, he needed to do this otherwise his results wouldn't have been valid) as well as debriefing. The study may also have caused the participants to experience some distre…
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Nuclear power is neither good nor bad. The way nuclear power is produced (Safety) can be good or bad, though. Nuclear power can be generated by small power plants, creates no air pollution, and is safe when done right.
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A moral leader is an individual who governs or makes decisions based on fairness and ethical guidelines, rather than personal, political, or financial considerations. In some circumstances, moral determinations can come into conflict with established laws.
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A Normative Theory expresses a judgment about whether a situation is desirable or undesirable, and is based upon some moray or standard. The world would be a better place if the moon were made of green cheese, is a normative statement because it expresses a judgment about what ought to be. Notice th…
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Ethics is the basis of conduct, which is percieved through individual morality and society's norm of what is "good or bad", "right or wrong".A code of ethics establishes whether an activity is right or wrong.A code of conduct is a statement of the standards to which an individual or enterprise adher…
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"The major flaw in cultural relativism is that the concept of relativism is wrong. We are now witnessing "cultural relativism" throughout the world with particular emphasis on terrorism: their cultural relativism is the world's capitulation or death with no other choices. " Above a typical Enlighte…
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Relativism is the belief that "Everyone has their own version of the truth". Simply put that everyone has their own thoughts on what they think right. Example, Christians think Gay Marriages are wrong but Non-Christians think that its ok. Factual relativism holds that the truth itself is relative an…
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Christian morality is the belief that the best way to live is in keeping with the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, including loving God and neighbors, living by the 10 Commandments, and living by the Golden Rule to "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
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This is a controversial question and, as a result, there are a number of different answers. Answer 1 You can forgive, but it's tough to forget and it keeps you on your toes in future relationships. I have this quote on my fridge: 'If you can't forgive the person that hurt you then THEY control you…
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Answer i helped my sister out when she needed a babysitter, but i wanted to go to this party
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The 'ingraining ethical process in life and work' refers to the development of ethical ideals and habits through living one's life and doing one's work. While not always noticeable, this process does happen in numerous daily ways over the course of time; for example, by cultivating a strong sense of…
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That it's a very gray area and everyone has different opinions. what is ethical in one culture or subgroup may not be ethical in another.why do you study work ethics
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Kantian ethics is another theory of "how one should act" however it differs from the utilitarian theory in a sense that it focuses more on the actual action and the morality of that action as opposed to the consequence of that action. This theory implies that as long as you act in a moral way then t…
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since my ex husband is a narcissist, I can easily answer this:\ Someone that is selfish, egotistical, and very conceited. They have no empathy for others around them regardless of who they are or their relationship to them. Everything is always about them. Everything and everyone must revolve arou…
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Ethic in accounting refers to doing only those things you can admit to doing in public. If you wouldn't want your name to be associated with it, then you shouldn't do it because it is likely unethical.
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human acts are does actions which man ferporme knowinglly,freelly and voluntary
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EQUALITY FOR ALL This is a pretty simple question. Equality, the way the framers of the Constitution intended for it to be understood, meant that all legal citizens of the USA had the right to equal OPPORTUNITY for all to have LIFE, LIBERTY and the PERSUIT of happiness. It did not mean everyone was…
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ANSWER:more accurately represent and understand what had already been explored. I feel and believe that finding the answer to this question would be; according to Moore and Bruder, "Ethnic is the philosophical study of moral judgments. But many moral judgments are at the same time political judgmen…
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An ethical dilemma is any situation in which one is forced to make a choice and all the alternatives have bad consequences. .
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Ethical practice is to honor the beliefs, morals and values of your profession and to help others through the process of unbiased decision making.
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Catagorical imperative If all or most people acted in accordance with your decision, would society be better off? i think its the peoples' 'conscious'
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Corporate codes of ethics are not just for show but they do make for good public and private relations. The corporate code of ethics is not always followed through from the top down.
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There are hundreds of ethical issues. Personally I think the biggest is safety versus cost. We have the technology to make cars much safer, but if it makes a car too expensive then no one will buy it. So we build cheap dangerous cars instead of expensive safe ones. Another issue is the companies n…
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It is the universal law that will comply with all people that can rationally think and make a morally correct decision that is not based upon their own desires. To not cause harm or inflict damage upon another agent ( another person).The Categorical Imperative deals with universalizability and state…
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Virtue based ethics are positive quality or traits that are indications of moral excellence. Some examples of virtue based ethics are friendliness, generosity and bravery.
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The individual may want to consult his/her conscience on moral matters.
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Virtue ethics highlight the role of oneÕs character and virtue in ethical philosophy. This deal not only in the rightness or wrongness of individual actions; it also provides strategies as to the sort of characteristics and manners as a good person will pursue to attain.
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Be honestAnswer #2: Know who you are, and be that person 24/7.
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Every language has words that are considered rude or vulgar, just as nearly every culture has certain taboos about what you can and cannot say in a formal setting (like at a job interview or with members of the clergy). Sometimes, these bad words are used to express contempt for another person by co…
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Answer What is moral to some, may be immoral to others. What is ethical to some may be unethical to others. So my guess is Rationality is more of mental. However, what is rational to some may be irrational to others. I think we're back at first base, until someone can make sense of what I wrote.…
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Ethics as standards for one limit the consquences of an abrasive work environment; low moral, safety, worker non-cooperation, non-compliance with legal statues and even lawsuits. Secondly, ethical standards reduce stress, make the environment more productive by fostering a goal orientated climate o…
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It actually means this. preferred way of acting or knowing something overtime.
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Answer Ethical behaviour is characterized by honesty, fairness and equity in interpersonal, professional and academic relationships and in research and scholarly activities. Ethical behaviour respects the dignity, diversity and rights of individuals and groups of people. Answer Ethical behavior …
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advertisements are to do only one thing, to make you think you want to buy or need to buy whatever it is they are selling to get you to think about them, their company their product it cant be a reflection on todays society fairly and truly, because society is made up of individuals and individual…
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In human development there are good times and bad: The very young are extremely defenseless, adapt well and survive. The pre-teen is vulnerable, often exploited, and yet somehow they survive. The teen is still formative, must make choices that will effect the remainder of their lives, and as a re…
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Ethical egoism is the principle that it is moral for a person to act in their own self interest. Rational egoism is the principle that it is rational for a person to act in their own self interest.
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A problem or situation that requires a person or organization to choose between alternatives that must be evaluated as right (ethical) or wrong (unethical)
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Cloning is bad because clones are not to be salves and we don't have the material to make cloning possible.Here are some reasons whyAre NOT Slaves We don't have the materialSomething can go wrongNeed the education Are NOT Slaves
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There are literally thousands of issues which will come up in any job which are categorized (or can be) as Business Ethics. Each facet of business has a cascade of implications which range from nominal to severe. For instance:Finance:Comping a gas receipt for the gas you used to go from the office t…
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Listening to music helps the brain work better, simply it makes you smarter. But playing an instrument is a lot better.
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Breaking a law carries penalties. Ethical violations are frowned upon, but do not carry the weight of law. Of course, there can be overlap areas.
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The definitions of ethics are:1. moral principle that govern a person's or group's behavior 2. the moral correctness of a specified conduct
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Ethical violations and punishments depends on cities as differennt cities have different laws. For example, dual relationship is allowed in Hollywood but it's punishable in Pennsylvania. However punishment ranges from suspension to permananent lose of license.
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Ethics are moral principles, and a general sense of what is right. Law is encoded by societies worldwide and reflects societal values. The two often intersect, as many laws are founded upon ethical principles.
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Ethical issues are problems or dilemmas involving moral compromise. They can arise anywhere. They can be thought of on a societal scale, like, "should be people be allowed have a gay marriage", or on an individual level, like if a priest wants to reserve the right to refuse marrying a same-sex coup…
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Pinoy ethics is the adherence to the rules and regulations of a certain profession. This includes honesty in accomplishing tasks and the use of company resources.
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An excellent discussion of existentialist philosophy, written for the general public, is in William Barrett's, Irrational Man (1958). In the U.S.A., the book is widely available in libraries, in new-book stores, and in major used-book stores. There are 6 general characteristics of existentialism.…
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To handle an ethical dilemma, determine what the right course of action is that fits in with your values. Also, take care to follow the industries rules.
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Yes, morality is very strong, even today. It is just harder to see today because our lives are flooded by media images that may or may not reflect the real world, especially since most of those messages are commercial or commercially motivated. The best way to tell is to look around your world to se…
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It is important to have ethics when you are a business professional. This promotes repeat business and a good reputation for the company you work with.
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he discovered photosynthesis and how plants get energy from the sun to make food and sugars
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Employees can learn unethical behavior by watching other employees cheat the system. They can also see opportunity to take advantage of the system or steal.
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Personal values are those standards that you set for yourself to live by. Since these values vary by individual, they are "personal" and can include many things. Religion, morals, and ethics play a part in personal values. As an example, most people include "do not murder" as part of their personal…
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Answer The interpretation of "morality" is subjective and cannot be quantified. Actually, morality can be measured by the "harms" involved in any given action. for instance, it's not moral to kill because you are causing "harm", likewise stealing cause harm and distress to the one being stolen …
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Financial integrity, acts of kindness, paying for any damages caused, not causing gratuitous cruelty to animals, and many more, as outlined in the Torah.
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One reason why one's work ethic would be their strength is because it makes them reliable. They will not give up until the job is done. Those with a good work ethic strive to always do their best and do not shirk their responsibilities.
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The understanding of what is Moral changes with the times. We now abhor Slavery as immoral; but in the past, slavery was the norm and is legal. If you believe that the laws of the state are totally in agreement with your understanding of what is moral then you would agree. The answer given above i…
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I don't know if I really can comment on the question and if I may say what I am saying now, but I think seeying a child naked is not wrong, it's wrong because people find it perverted, because the culture is that way, but in Africa, you can only see child's naked because they have no money to buy cl…
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The word 'dumping' is a moral issue in itself because when someone says that it gives the impression that someone has been 'dumped' like a bag of garbage that is of no use and that word is hurtful to the person who has been left behind. Breaking up is a better word. If a person breaks up because the…
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