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1Morals and Ethics in Society: Module 2Business Law and Ethics: Module 2Velasco, RockyRasmussen CollegeAuthor NoteThis paper is being submitted on October 10, 2017, for Professor Gordner’s Business Law and Ethics course
2Morals and Ethics in Society: Module 2Morals and Ethics in Society:What are Morals? What constitutes as being ethical or having ethics? What’s the difference between morals and ethics? Many of us have these same questions and in this section we will discover what it means when people talk about morals and ethics. We will discuss what the major distinctions between the two are and explore then move on to explore some of their similarities.Morals:The definition of Morals are, “a lesson, especially one concerning what is right or prudent, that can be derived from a story, a piece of information, or an experience. It is also a person's standards of behavior or beliefs concerning, what is and is not acceptable for them to do” (Google Dictionary 10/10/17). Morals or moral values come from either oneself or the religion in which that person follows. “Most religions have built-in lists of do’s and don’ts, a set of codes by which its adherents should live. Individuals who are followers of a particular religionwill generally make a show of following that religion’s behavioral code. It is interesting to note