The word ‘ethics’ is derived from the Greek ‘ethos’ (custom, habit), which forms the root of ethikos, meaning ‘moral, showing moral character’. Ethics is a set of religious and societal rules that characterize a community, a nation or an ideology.
Ethics is a noble science that stands at the top of the humanitarian and social sciences. Its subject and object is man, to offer mankind guidance and help with its struggle to uphold norms and values.
Ethics is a form, the form of a humanitarian awareness. Ethics is based on discipline, and it organizes human behavior in all aspects of life. Without exceptions.
Ethics governs human life, the relationships between others and oneself. At home, the family, at work, in politics, science and at public places, at all levels of society ethics plays a vital role. And it is faith that has formed the basis of organizing man’s life with himself and others. As a result of the relationships between people, in their interaction, ethics is established.
Ethics is to evaluate, study and learn correct human behavior. Based on the light that creates an ethical conduct on the people themselves fitting and thus leads to commitment and solidarity in the people, in an attempt to get rid of the moral ethics perspective and better integrate into reality. In other words, an attempt to practice and ethics to achieve and to free her from her theoretical and ideological role.