19. October 2014 · Comments Off on Victor Manuel Delgado · Categories: News · Tags: ,

(Curtain). To reach a level of coexistence just necessary that individuals will no longer see their own interests and start seeing the interests of other persons and with a much larger vision that only society that is as curtain (2001) tells us: the coexistence is possible provided that people share some moral minimum, among which has the conviction that the ideals of life of the citizens, must be respected by very different that sean’s own, provided that such ideals adhere to the shared minimum.. The ethics of minimum this society to adopt has to worry about understanding that it is the right thing while the ethics of maxima of a person should worry only for what is good in their context. Then move on to that great disjunction between legal and ethical. Laws are intended to act as imperatives of behaviour with the purpose of maintaining order in a society, and however not regulated on our consciousness, so it gives the questioning about the ethics behind some perfectly legal or illegal issues. For example, for a certain person, it is possible that killing another human being is totally wrong, from a point of view of ethics. However, there are several conditions under which a State can adopt legally of that Act; in self-defence, in the line of duty, as does it a soldier or an officer of police, etc. Consciousness, then, is the internal organ of each individual who identifies the contrast between ethical and legal; It is the element of our reasoning that, regardless of what the State dictates, you are establishing a value judgement about the case in question, referring only to personal values to determine a lineament. Victor Manuel Delgado original author and source of the article.

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