ETHICS on following topics like abortion, human

ETHICS AND THEIR EFFECTIVE IMPORTANCEEthics are best described as systematic moral principles that generally defines what is good for individuals and for the society. It is well known as moral principles. They will affect how people makes their decisions and how it leads to their lives. It is also concerned about how good for individuals and society. Before heading towards the debate let us know what this essay aims for. It precises what history of ethics and how ethical decisions are taken, the importance of ethics in an organisation. Ethics as what is right and how to pace decisions.So first thing first, Let us know what ‘ETHICS’ mean, It is derived from Greek word called ethos which means customize, characterize, habitize. Ethics will covers the following general dilemmas that:  • how to customize a healthy good life• how to generalize our own responsibilities• how to choose right sucessful path.• how to make our own right decision• and also ofcourse about the language of right and wrongThe concepts of ethics was obtained from religions, philosophies and from cultures. The approches to ethics infuse debates on following topics like abortion, human rights and professional conduct. Ethics can provide us a moral map. The most moral issues today gets us pretty worked up are: you think of abortion, you think of euthanasia for starters. Because these are such an emotional issues we often let our hearts do the arguing while our brains will just go with the amount of flow. But there’s always another way of tackling these issues, and that’s where philosophers will come in again- they generally offer us ethical rules and principles that will enable us to take the cooler view of moral problems. So, we can say ethics provides us with a moral map and a framework that we can use to find our way back to any difficult issues.Ethics can also pinpoint a disagreement. Yes, using the framework of the ethics, two people who are just arguing about moral issue can often find what disagree about them is just one particular part of the issue, and that they will broadly agree on everything else. They take lot of heat out of the argument, and sometimes even will take a hint at a way for them to resolve there problem. But sometimes ethics may doesn’t provide people with  good sort of help they want.Ethics also sometimes doesn’t give the right answers. Ethics doesn’t always show the right answers to moral problems. Infact for the most of people think that for many ethical problems there isn’t a single right answer – all the thing they need is a Standard set of principles that can be applied to any particular cases to give those involved some clear cut choices.  But they always end up finding more than one case or result. They find moral ambiguity hard to live with because genuinely they always want to do the ‘right’ thing, and even though if they can’t work on what is right, they most probably like the idea that ‘somewhere’ there is one right answer bagging behind them. But at times, there isn’t one right answer – there may be several right answers. For all others, moral ambiguity is one of difficult task because forces them to take responsibility for their own choices and actions, rather than pacing on convenient rules and customs.Searching for the limelight of what is right and what is wrong, At times in the history some people may thought that ethical problems could be solved in one of the two different ways. They are:• by knowing what actually God wanted people to do so• could be by thinking very seriously about the morals and their problemsIf any person who underwent this sort of aspects properly then they would have fair amount of success leading towards the right conclusion. But now even philosophers are completly not sure whether is it possible to conclude a complete theory of ethics or that at least not one that leads to conclusions.Modern thinkers always often teach that their ethics leads people not to conclusions but to the  ‘decisions’. In this point of view, the role of ethics is very limited to clarifying ‘what’s at stake’ in particular ethical problems.Philosophy can be very handy in helping to identify the range of ethical methods, its conversations and the value of systems that it can be applied to a particular problem. But after these things have made clear, cut vision that each person must and should  make their own individual decisions to what to do, and then react appropriately to the on going consequences.Finally, are ethical statements objectively true? Does ethical statements provide conventional information about other than human opinions and attitudes?• Ethical realists always think that humans most often DISCOVER ethical truths that already have an independent existence.• Ethical non-realists always thinks that humans  INVENT ethical truths.The core problem for ethical realists is that people always follow many different ethical codes and moral behaviour. 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