cheating - Coggin 1 Chris Coggin February 19, 2008...

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Coggin 1 Chris Coggin February 19, 2008 Philosophy-105 Paper #1 Dishonorable Behavior With life comes moments where a person’s morals are tried and tested. These personal morals are based off what society thinks, a set of basic rules, or ‘social codes’ as Socrates would put it. Even with this code in place some are over come by wants of personal gain. Cheating is a common immoral act in which a person consciously uses someone else’s knowledge in attempting to gain an unfair advantage. It shows the intellectual knowledge of someone else’s work and not of your own, and that the cheater didn’t put effort to absorb the information. It is an act that only hurts one self later in life. Socrates was an individual who believed morals were something that you had a set of your own and believed in yourself. Which is saying one person’s morals can’t vary much from another individuals, but if you believe differently from a mass majority then you would be fighting an up hill battle against everyone else you reside in society with. Socrates says you can’t be moral without knowledge of morality, with education,
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