An ethic is a moral philosophy by which one should abide. My belief is that ethics are a code of integrity and because of this an individual should undermine all rationality in order to influence one's "ethics" and determine what is right and what is wrong. Ethics are used in everyday life to determine moral direction and to penetrate absolute good over relative good. The problem is how "absolute good" is to be determined within transitional societies. Another problem involving ethics is its role amongst the lives of humans and what purpose it truly serves. And so, ethics are benevolent trade.
Ethics help one to determine moral direction. Ethics are different from deeds in that they are not physical nor serve a demonstrative purpose. They are rather a set of beliefs aroused by thoughts and conscience, and in being so, they influence people's behavior and validation of and around other beings. And when one person feels that they lead a good life and they commit beneficient deeds without expecting recognition they know that they are integral members of society in that they don't listen to the "whisperer" which leads one astray, but rather compose a set of principles that is extraordinary.
How is "absolute good" determined? There are various ways of determining this. Is it possible that "absolute good" is determined by an individual's degree of confidence in one's work? My personal belief is that "absolute good" comes from your conscience. I don't believe that there is a real "absolute good" but that rather society is dominated by this superficial belief that one person is more "good" than another. I believe that there is a little bit of good in all of us and it is up to us as to of whether or not we use it and expand on it or simply set it aside.
What purpose do ethics serve, and why are they important? When I utilize my ethics, I endure a state of peace which is impossible to describe. So, my conclusion is that ethics help one find peace and undermine all...
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