Definition of Ethics
- By Bahram Maskanian
Ethics is comprised of a set of principles and means of right conduct embanked by reason and common sense. - Ethics is a set of built-in principles of moral values, concerned with the judgment of the goodness or badness of human action and character. Ethics is a set of rules and standards governing the conduct of a person as a member of an ethical society at large. The enlightenment of ethical behavior shall emerge when through our own conduct we teach and exhibit goodness showing virtue, especially moral excellence of character and behavior. - Conforming to standards of common sense, what is right, just in behavior and virtuous, to live a moral life. - Ethical politics is a result of the rise of conscience and the awakening of the sense of right and wrong as a moral obligation and ethical certainty. Ethics is based on strong and firm conviction, rather than physical or tangible effects.