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  1. Philosophy distinguishes three ways of social relations in which a person lives and develops:

    A law that abstractly regulates the life of society. It basically boils down to what we shouldn't do, but it doesn't tell us what we should do.

    Morality answers the question: “What should I do?”. At the same time, the answer to it is taken from our subjective ideas about the good, and therefore there is a possibility of evil as a specific understanding of the good.

    Morality is the result of the development of moral and legal relations. It establishes an objective understanding of the good, which is revealed in the family, civil society and the state.

  2. Morality does not regulate relations between people in a legal way. There are many aspects of life that cannot be regulated by legal methods and laws. Love, mutual respect, envy, lies, honor,…

  3. Morality is a mechanism developed by society that ensures the possibility of co-existence on the same territory of a large number of individuals with opposite interests. Morality is not something that is immutable, on the contrary, it is transformed following the changes that occur in society itself over time.

  4. 1.1 Three regulations.

    The social order in any human community is determined by three behavioral regulations…

    a). Right. Mandatory norms of behavior established by the state, the need to comply with which is based on the fear of “state” punishment.

    b). Moral. Generally accepted norms of behavior (decency, conventions, traditions, customs, etiquette) formed in society, the need to fulfill which is based on the fear of public condemnation.

    c). Morality. Norms of behavior determined by personal moral sense, the need to fulfill which is based only on moral responsibility to oneself.

    Public opinion and moral sense (conscience) are two fundamentally different behavioral motivations that separate the field of morality and the field of morality. If a moral act is motivated by fear of an unflattering opinion of oneself (the need for a favorable opinion), then a moral act is determined only by the requirement of a moral sense (conscience). Only those manifestations of good will that are not supposed to be evaluated by others can be considered purely moral. The impossibility of extraneous moral assessment may be due to the anonymity of the action, its privacy, the inability of others to notice or evaluate subtle manifestations of nobility, or even ignorance of the possibility of extraneous moral assessment.

    Moral standards of behavior are simple, superficial and controlled by the environment, observing them, you can easily earn a reputation as a decent person. Moral self-control is much deeper and more subtle, it is burdensome and optional, and therefore, the moral sense is easily “reoriented” to the opinion of others. But is it possible to believe in the decency of a person who cares only about his reputation? A person who is focused only on the opinion of others is able to accept arbitrarily bad morals, if they are accepted in the community, and commit a dishonorable act, or even a crime, if there is a chance that this act will not be made public or condemned. So, for example, criminal communities also have their own moral norms, and a convinced criminal in his community is also considered a decent person if he lives according to the moral norms of the criminal world.

    The virtue of morality, conditioned by the fear of unflattering opinions or even punishment, is inherently hypocritical and simply does not deserve to be applied to the concept of good, and therefore the concepts of good and evil will continue to be considered only as categories of moral.

  5. Morality is a moral guideline that provides an understanding of how to behave correctly in society. So morality helps to adapt and live comfortably with other people, promotes civilized communication.

  6. Moral is a conclusion or reaction to what is happening inside and around. In any case, it is either indirect or instantaneous. Morality presupposes harmony – a sense of proportion and scope that allows you to rise higher while losing less. Morale is always followed by exertion. I think so.

  7. I recently read the definition. Morality is the denial of violence. And where does violence go if it changes the world? Self-abuse changes you. Violence against the other changes two people. The person either obeys and becomes dependent, or fights back and then the scenario repeats. They say competition is the engine of trade. Market — a set of economic relations based on regular exchange operations between producers of goods (services) and consumers. The exchange usually takes place on a voluntary basis. At least somewhere there is a voluntary basis? Violence has migrated to competition in everything, terrorism, wars, television screens, sports and the Internet. People will always measure their strength. We need a competent framework that will serve the development of society. But still, the main moral question is: what is the money tied to? If not to human health, then what is the point of them?

  8. Morality helps to keep social life in a certain balance and calm. After all, the norms of morality do not allow a person to commit many offenses.

  9. In the most general sense, morality is the values and norms that govern behavior. Morality has historically been developed in every society as its natural regulatory mechanism, thanks to which people have not yet killed each other and not bred naturally 🙂

  10. Moral is not a native, not a Russian word. A foreign neologism in Russian speech.
    A word equal to it in meaning is worldview.
    What is a worldview?! :))) That's the moral, too!!! :)))
    Speak in your native language, then all the words will be clear to you.

  11. Do not forget that first of all, morality is a system of norms and values of a person that regulates his behavior. Accordingly, morality is necessary so that people do not forget about these norms and values.

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  1. Morality is how people agree to behave and relate to different things. For example, morality tells us what is good and evil, how to do good and how bad.

    Morals may vary. It changes over time: for example, 500 years ago it was considered moral to burn people at the stake, but today it is considered immoral (immoral). Morals may also vary in different countries: for example, in many Muslim countries, it is immoral if a woman walks in ordinary, familiar clothes, there are special rules.

    Morals can be different even for people who live in the same house: one believes that eating animals is moral, and the other believes that it is immoral. Such personal morality is also called morality.

    Morality can be reflected in the law: for example, it is immoral to steal, so according to the law, theft is punished. But this is not necessary at all: some moral rules are not spelled out in the law, people follow them simply because they think it is right.

    In fact, very often there is no consensus about what is moral and what is not. People can argue because of their views, disagree with each other, and this is normal.

    At some age, a person chooses for himself what morals to adhere to and what rules to follow. The main thing here is not to do bad things to yourself and others and to treat all living things with respect.

  2. MORALITY-theory of moral behavior of people-norms and principles.

    MORALITY is the practice of human behavior.

    ETHICS is a general philosophical theory about morals and morals.

  3. A developing system of values peculiar to human civilization, as well as norms and boundaries in social behavior, some of which are projected to legislation and motivating orders in different areas of human activity. The main purpose of the existence of such a system is to streamline relations and optimize the life of society.

  4. Morality is a set of rules for good behavior.

    Different places have different rules. What is considered good behavior in one place is considered bad behavior in another.

    For example: “fighting is bad.” If the meaning of “hitting girls” is bad. And if you are a boxer in the ring, it will be bad if you don't start fighting.

    Therefore, any rules have limited application. Any moral code is limited by the culture in which it is accepted.

    There are hundreds of sets of rules, moral codes, and ethical codes. A few examples:

    • The Jedi Code

    • The Samurai Code

    • The Gentleman's Code

    • Christian Commandments

    • Proletarian morality

    • Court etiquette

    • Showbiz rules

    • Kid concepts

    • Indian Castes

    • Polynesian taboo systems.

  5. “Kid, understand,” I would say, ” everyone has their own morals.”

    If expanded, then morality, I think, has exhausted its meaning, which was, for example, in the Soviet Union. I was lucky that my childhood was spent in the Soviet Union: I was brought up normally, not on some Internet. What came of it is another matter. As for the generally accepted morality in the modern world, it is no longer there. The morality that was there, it is outdated, it is in crisis. They can't find a replacement for it, because there is an Internet connection, and it is still relatively free, but it will soon stop being so. Accordingly, the generation of “Zy”, as I call it – they call it Z, and I call it “zy” – it is morally broken, there is no education, a complete example of the nineties. There is no cruelty that the generation of the nineties, seventies, eighties had. But there is cynicism and complete individualism, which can not please, because everyone is for themselves and everyone is on their own wave. A young person does not have to wait for help from anyone if he is unsecured.

    Accordingly, there is no morality, she is killed. Therefore, look for some alternative, group or person who will simply become an example for them. And who will become one? I don't know. It is difficult to become an example for someone now, because, again, the society is individualistic. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? I lived in both that society and that society. Now I observe a society of individualists. In Soviet times, there was an “all for all” society, we don't need it, let's give it to others, this is also skewed. In Russia, everything is so-a society of distortions. So to a young person, I would say, ” Know everything. Know Fenya, know a normal language, be smart, don't be a fool and all that.”

  6. The inner world of a person, his faith, his behavior, actions, relationships with other people, self-respect, cleanliness, hard work. These are the same ten commandments from the Bible.

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