A Critical Study on the Concept of Ethics and Morality in Comparative Philosophy


Ethics and Morality are a controversial study in comparative philosophy. In particular, both has recognized and conceptualized a somewhat different way. Because as a succinct analysis on Ethics, it systematically appears that deals with the epistemological background and psycho-socio influence indeed. However, Morality can identify as a simultaneous occurrence of Ethics. It often reflects the personality features of human beings as a scientific and common sense of behavioural acts. Nevertheless, however, the ethical doctrine is more epistemological and intelligible rather than morals. Morality survives through an ethical doctrine of philosophy. On the contrary, Morality often denotes that the norms and values of a social community, occupational codes of conduct, religious principles, and so general. Ethics might also conceptualize as the philosophical critique of Morality. On the contrary, this conceptualized controversy has precisely built an excellent philosophic platform as a comparative way of thinking. Consequently, in this critical study, it has endeavoured to draw-up an analytic extent for the scope of Ethics and Morality. It has mainly worked here as a crucial analysis of historiography, terminological differences, contrasted subject matters and categorical evolution. Hypothetically, it can continuously say that if even it is theoretically different, both should engage mutually and co-dependently.


Keywords: Behavioural Acts, Ethics, Morality, Personality

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