Because the crisis of morality
has become a threat to economy, stability and unity of the country and challenge for the nation.
One can take the path of the scientific method in search for that 'universal morality
' a standard for both morality
and its counterpart, immorality, as description, acceptance and rejection of -- and what consists -- morality
and immorality is different in different regions and peoples.
I'm an atheist philosopher who thinks moral facts and objective morality
It is fundamental to briefly clarify the sense in which morality
and culture is appropriated in the paper.
The perception that an attitude we hold is based on morality
is enough to strengthen it," notes Andrew Luttrell, lead author of the study and a doctoral student in psychology.
For many people, morality
implies universality, an ultimate truth.
In the process of reaching perfection or spiritual organism growth, if morality
is pure, it can be served as food, medicine, or both, whose feature include healthy nurturing to spiritual organism - establishing its immune system - curing disorders and sicknesses  Effect of morality
on vocation Increasing efficacy and efficiency Establishing creativity and innovation Causing quality improvement More attention to staff and their salary Prevention of corruption and power misuse
It follows, therefore, that moral methodologies are logically sec-ondary to morality
The first morality
is appropriate for families or small groups in which members are familiar with and have personal concern for each other.
For most people, the morality
of helping others involves helping them intentionally by making a personal sacrifice.
Control over peoples' conduct is typically done through the use of what are referred to as morals, or morality
clauses --a contractual provision prohibiting a person's immoral, illegal or otherwise disparaging conduct.
Rundle (law, London School of Economics) examines the morality
of law in Fuller's legal philosophy for its internal morality
, looks over the period before the early debate with Hart, closely examines the 1958 debate in which Hart claimed the morality
of law, examines positivism and the separation of the law and morals), explores Fuller's reply to critics, and goes over the movement to restore Fuller.