Morals, Beliefs, and Values
When it comes to Beliefs, Morals, and Values, the three seemed to connect in a variety of ways. According to Webster, belief is a state or habit of mind in which trust or confidence is placed in some person or place. Another meaning of belief states that belief is the conviction of the truth of some statement or the reality of something being or phenomenon that is based on evidence. Many people including myself have their own opinion or idea about belief. The conviction of the truth and to put trust or confidence in someone or place is what I believe. MORALS AND VALUES
Morals and Values have much in common however there are a few distinct differences. Morals derive basically from a system of beliefs that starts in the early part of one’s life. Morals are mainly taught by parents in the home. They also can be taught in a religious setting. Although morals and values have a lot in common, morals are great tools that our society believes we need to have to obtain a successful life. I consider values as a particular standard we hold and try to live up to. Values determine the good as well as the bad, but really it’s depends on the individual and most definitely the choices they make.
IS MAN INHERENTLY GOOD OR EVIL?
Is Man inherently good or evil? This is a question that many philosophers, psychologists, and scientists have questioned for centuries. We have learned from Webster that good is morally excellent, virtuous, and pious. He also states that evil is the total opposite. Evil is morally wrong or bad and immorally wicked. I believe that man is inherently evil simply because when a baby is born the nature of evil is already in existence. This only indicates that humans don’t have to be taught to do wrong. (As human beings we have the most extraordinary capacity for evil, but we as a people also have an...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document