The historical, political and social events of the 20th century opened a new phenomenon to the scientific world – applied ethics. The society faced with previously unknown situations and problems in different spheres (medicine, politics, ecology, business, journalism, art, etc.), which demanded not only a social, political decision, but above all an ethical one. Continue reading
The concept of moralising is at the moment insufficiently developed. As the domestic researcher Soina O. notices. With, the ethical theory there is not enough analytics of this phenomenon. From available encyclopaedic material and journalism it is easy to mark out, at least, two points of view for this phenomenon: as on rhetorical reception and as on expression of a repressive form of Continue reading
In the article we have characterized the pyramid schemes from a moral point of view; highlights the signs of pyramid schemes; analyzed their impact on the lives of citizens and the risk to which investors are exposed; emphasizes the need to be careful with such organizations and forming a critical attitude to the “easy money”.
Perhaps does not exist someone who would have never heard of pyramid schemes, Continue reading
Health is an important human need, which determines its ability to productive work and normal life, provides a comprehensive personal development. Health provides opportunities to learn the world, found in its own place, be happy. Continue reading
Our lives are making out of different sounds which create our mood. It’s like an orchestra. We are part of this creation. Who is the conductor? For me, it’s moral Continue reading
In its simplest formulation: ethics, and morality is a representation of society and the individual about good and evil, about how to do well and as badly. Continue reading
After birth of human civilization began one of the most important processes of human culture – the process of creating beauty. Today we can call it “art”. What was art for a human before? What was the art’s role in the development of practical inner world? Continue reading
German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770 – 1831) doesn’t take a significant place in ethics compared with philosophy in general. But he made a very decisive step forward – the transition from ethics of goodwill to the ethics of socially meaningful activity. This step was necessary for the appearence of a historical-materialistic theory of morality.
In general, according to Hegel a law can be understood in its three core values. I. A right in the sense of freedom. Freedom and law have the united understanding. So the freedom is the existence of will, as Georg Hegel believed that thinking and will – Continue reading