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Morality Guides of the Past and Their Influence on Morals Today This assignment is meant to examine literature of the past, compare and contrast the morals expounded in those literatures, and to analyze the influence of those morals in today’s society. Complete the following chart and save it to your computer. Then, attach this document to your assignment. It will be graded according to the Weekly Assignments Rubric. For more guidance on this assignment, read over the example I’ve given you before completing your 3 laws. Review the Moral Codes We’ve Read. Choose a Law/ Guideline that appears in more than one of the texts that we read and that seem essential to a society. Where the Moral Law/Guideline Appears in Literature of the Past? The Code of  Hammurabi The Egyptian Negative  Confessions The Ten  Commandments The Vedas The Books of Changes Explain, in paragraph format, why this law is essential for a society to uphold as a moral guideline?
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