Asked in Judaism
What are the judaism's rules of moral conduct?
Asked in Judaism, Tanakh and Talmud
What was the moral significance of the covenant between God and the Hebrews?
Asked in Buddhism
What are the rules for the moral conducts for Buddhism?
Is disorderly conduct considered a moral turpitude?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Legal rules and moral rules the difference?
The difference between legal rules and moral rules has to do with laws and how we behave regarding a moral code. Legal rules are based on laws that are set forth for us to follow. Moral rules have to do with a person's ethics. For example, it is not illegal to keep money that is found, but a person of high morals might try to return the money to the proper owner.
Asked in Hinduism
Does Hinduism provide a moral code of conduct for it's followers?
Asked in Plural Nouns, Nouns
Is ethics plural or singular?
The noun ethics is the plural form for ethic. Ethic in the singular form is a set of principles of conduct; a theory or system of moral values. Ethics as the study of the general nature of morals and moral philosophy, takes a singular verb. Ethics as rules or standards of conduct of members of a group or profession, takes a plural verb.