Ethics And Its Definition

Ethics is an important field of science. With its broad application, this science is found to have influenced in one way or another some of the aspects of several other sciences.

There are several sciences that tends to study the human conduct. Among of these sciences are the science of sociology, psychology, education and the science of Ethics.

Each of these sciences differ from each other in dealing with the study of the human conduct. Ethics differ from each of these sciences in terms of its endpoints as well as in a particular aspects of human acts.

Ethics can be defined from

different angle and perspective but all of these definitions can be considered as fundamentally relevant to each other.. All of the definitions focused on ethics as the study of the human conduct and its special aspects as well as the morality of human act.

According to the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates, Ethics is the investigation of life. Ethics can also be defined as; a practical science that deals with the morality of human actions, a science of human acts that serves as reference to what is right or what is wrong, a kind of scientific inquiry into the morality principles, a way of studying human conduct from the stand point of what is called morality,

a kind of science that lays down the principles of the right living, a study about the rectitude of the human conduct, a practical science that guides humans in actions as well as how humans live rightly and well, and it is a science that is normative and practical and based upon reason which studies the human conduct as well as providing norms of its natural honesty as well as integrity.

Almost all of the above-mentioned meaning of ethics commonly used three terms in their definition namely; science, morality and human acts. Science here means a philosophical science, a systematic study, a system of scientific conclusion that has clearly establish principles and are duly coordinated. Morality means the quality of the right and the wrong in all human actions. Human acts means the act done by humans that has his/her knowledge or consent.

Together, these three terms; science, morality and human acts cam be considered as the common basis that form the definition of Ethics. The definition of ethics may come in different perspectives but they all deal with a science, a morality and human act.

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