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ID number:911102
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Published: 11.10.1997.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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I completely disagree with this accusation. No matter if you are in a private or public atmosphere, society's views are the leading functions of their continuation. Without society keeping universal rules in its life, society would end up as being another on of Darwin's Islands. With the collapse of societal ethics and morals, the collective (i.e. society) would prosper by Darwin's notion of "the survival of the fittest". Whoever could get by in living in an area as the ends justifies the means, they would no longer live in a democracy (that is saying that the collective is located in the United States). There would no longer be a middle-class, only an oligarchy of rich along with an overabundance of the poor (economically speaking). In order to have a just society in one's state or in the globe, there has to be universal statutes under which they live. The theorists Sisselia Bok, Douglas Lackey, and Milton Friedman all believe in some way or another that there are universal laws in which society is bound to. Ethical laws which are used in the political as well as business type domains. And without them we would crumble as a democratic society. Yes, in many ways one can think of the use of ethics in business and politics as being oxymoronic. But when thinking about how our (USA) society runs, the business and politics are not the decision makers for the society. It is rather society instead which controls them. Therefore having business and politics not being regulated by the use of communal ethics concludes that neither does that society have ethics or morals. …

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