Category: Japanese

Ethics of Hesiod

Ethics of Hesiod

From Hesiod’s poem “Works and Days” one can start the ancient ethics. In Homer’s poems, people and gods are immoral. They have nothing sacred. There is only one virtue – bravery and only one...

The main problems of ethics

The main problems of ethics

Uniqueness of morality, integrity reports the genesis, substance; Discloses part and its location within society’s life; discloses the systems of ethical legislation the requirements of ethical improvement, of individual existence. He views the framework...

The importance of ethical teachings for modern ethics

The importance of ethical teachings for modern ethics

Inadequate (not relevant to the importance of the subject) attitude of modern society to the problems of morality can be illustrated by how we relate to the discipline of ethics. What place in our...

The moral ideal

The moral ideal

Aristotle thought that for benefactors’ useful research, one should possibly have discernment, useful knowledge, or follow coaching or the instance of the virtuous individual. Functionality, discernment permit us to understand within the atmosphere and...

Basic Teachings in the Ethics of Ancient China

Basic Teachings in the Ethics of Ancient China

In Ancient China, ethics begin with the first “Jiao” – religious and philosophical teaching. His founder was Kuhn Fuji, who lived about 551 – 479 years. BC. In Europe, he was called Confucius, and...

The Importance of Ethics for Aristotle

The Importance of Ethics for Aristotle

Aristotle, having regarded integrity when it comes to individual (and never heavenly) will, created guy responsible well-being and for their own future. This he declined the spiritual idea and Phenomenology of the Spirit that...