Ethics And Ethics : Ethics

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Ethics is a branch of philosophy that deals with the moral principles and values that govern our behavior as human beings. It is important in the human experience that we are able to grasp the idea of our own ethical code in order to become the most sensible human beings. But in that process, can ethics be taught to us? Or later in a person’s life, can he or she teach ethics the way they learned it? It is a unique and challenging concept because it is difficult to attempt to answer that question objectively because everybody has his or her own sense of morality. And at the same time, another person could have a completely different set of morals. Depending on the state of the person’s life and how they have morally developed vary from one human being to the other, resulting in a completely different set of ethical codes amongst individuals. Based on these dilemmas that ethics face due to its lack of objectivity, I will argue in this paper that ethics can not be taught manually similar to a class such as math or science. However in addition, ethics can be learned through experiences i...

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