In and some formulations:Victorian Legislation and Parliamentary DocumentsThe

In this discussion, i am going to discuss about what is a law, ethics and morals.Starting with the morality, these are sets of fixed values,which are relatively stable and are shared among the community or group of people.This may vary from community to community but are confined to particular community.Some of the common examples which i would cite in support of my answer are:Mettle: readiness to do troublesome thingsEquity: trusting everybody merits break even with rights and to be approached with deferenceReasonableness: acting fairly, sharing properlyLiberality: readiness to give assets, cause or time to othersTrustworthiness: being honest and genuineBenevolence: being obliging and treating others wellTirelessness: enduring in a game-plan, conviction or reasonRegard: indicating thought for the value of somebody or somethingDuty: being solid in your commitmentsDiscretion: remaining responsible for your words and conductThe second concept to deal with is Ethics,taking a philosophical approach,it is the study of these values,the justification for right and good actions, as represented by the classic works of Aristotle (virtue ethics), Kant (duty-based ethics), and Bentham and Mill (utilitarian and consequentialist ethics).to make it clear let us consider some of the examples below:. Philanthropy. Progressivism. Conscious, populist, empathic or great intentioned social conduct.. Adoring, mindful or neighborly conduct.. Capable utilization (e.g. non-inefficient, reusing, reasonable exchange, practical, moral generation, and so forth.)Last but not the least, what is a law ??Law comprises of some set of rules and regulations,established by government or concerned authority to maintain order,resolve disputes,provide social equality and equal distribution of resources among people preserving the peace and harmony in the society.types of law:Public laws dealing with the whole community or society(criminal laws)Private laws concerned with individual(right to property,ownership or can be employment contracts)State laws restricted within the boundaries of state( An example of a state-based law is the Equal Opportunity Act 2010Federal laws which apply throughout the country( An example of a Federal law is the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 Other links related to legislation and some formulations:Victorian Legislation and Parliamentary DocumentsThe Family Court of Australia let us take a very practical example and i have gone through this that when a law can be broken and you are ethically and morally right in doing this.once i was travelling to my college on my own convenience,on the way i saw a man badly hurt in a road accident but there was no one for his help,now here what will our morality,humanity indicate us whether to help or leave the person to die knowing that i can be prosecuted on charges  of hitting the person as there was no one else as a witness.thinking of nothing else i took the person to nearby hospital jumping the red lights breaking the traffic rules as the person was in critical condition and to reach hospital as soon as possible for saving his life became my main motive.My opinion about this is that according to situation, no rule is important than anybodies life.i did what my values and morality permitted to do.i would love to have your opinions on this whether it was ethically right,does this indicates morality and how justifiable it is according to law??

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