Differentiate moral and ethics, Humanities

Differentiate Moral and Ethics? 

MORAL: 

  • Refers only to personal behavior.
  • Refers to any aspect of human action
  • Social conventions about right or wrong conduct. Department of civil Engineering, NICE 5

ETHICS : 

  • Includes defining, analyzing, evaluating and resolving moral problems and developing moral criteria to guide human behavior.
  • Critical reflection on what one does and why one does it.
  • Refers only to professional behavior.

 

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