What are moral behaviors?
Legal moralism is the theory or view that the law can be used to ban behaviors that go against society's collective moral judgment on whether it is moral or immoral. It implies that it is fine for states to use coercive power to uphold the collective morality of society, which can restrict an individual's freedom.
Christians have a moral connection to God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit. Christians are supposed to choose to have behaviors that are on track with God and Christianity. Christians sometimes have to let go of part of their lives to be moral. If they used to do immoral things before they became a Christian, they are supposed to stop. Christians are supposed to love God first, and love (care about) their neighbor as well.
A maladaptive behavior is a behavior or trait that is not adaptive - it is counterproductive to the individual. Maladaptivity is frequently used as an indicator of abnormality or mental dysfunction, since its assessment is relatively free from subjectivity. However, many behaviors considered moral can be apparently maladaptive, such as dissent or abstinence.
Managerial behaviors that are indifferent to ethical consideration --as through different standards of conduct apply to business then to aspect of life. amoral management and employ seem to lake awareness of moral issues and act with no thought for the impact that their actions might have on others...
Conformity to the mandated moral laws requires constant observation to detect non-conformity to said laws, and then swift punishment of the violators. Delayed punishment, unpunished violations and no consequences for violations only encourages further violations of said moral laws. Morality can be mandated by making it in the best interest of the people to follow common sense morality.
no, there are two types of behaviors: innate and learned. obviously, the innate behaviors are known from birth and the learned behaviors are acquired after birth. Learned behaviors can modify innate behaviors such as teaching a baby not to babble but to learn English. Simplified: something LEARNED cannot be passed down genetically UR A FAIL EAT CAKE