Ethics are a branch of philosophy that focuses on the moral life. It is the method used to understand and examine such things as social customs, norms and rules that help define right and wrong. Ethics are not absolute; they do not have clear answers. They must adjust to cover ever-changing social and cultural contexts and are influenced by individual and cultural morals. Laws are guided by society norms and morals that define the culture?s perceptions of right and wrong. Ethics are generally the basis of right and wrong which guides the formation of societal law.
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Liz Di Bernardo