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Morals are an individual persons standards of behavior in what is and and is not acceptable for them to do.

Ethics are the principles that governs an individual persons behavior.

Law is the system of rules recognized to regulate the actions of persons and which it may enforce by the imposition of penalties.


Integrity plays a role in the mix in the quality of an individual persons moral strenght and principals. It dictates the persons devotion to his or her morals, principals and dedication to follow and respect the governing law. Integrity binds it all together to make the person who you are and not the person who you should be.



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Ethics, morals, and the law are all different in nature. Although the law may seem pretty straight forward, ethics and morals can be confusing when compared with each other. However, all are some sort of rules that we follow whether it be from society, personal experience or reasons, or because of certain laws that are enforced. 

 

Ethics are certain rules that are built around society that becomes the norm in most peoples' lives. These are the norms on how to act in certain places or situations. For example, it is an ethic in South Korea and Japan to remain quiet when using public transportation. As for morals, these are our own personal beliefs that we may have been picked up through our lives. An example, a moral of mine is I try to help the elderly when I can in public. I am very close with my grandparents and this moral of mine was built from that. It is a simple act of kindness that I built because of the relationship I built with my grandparents. As for the law, it is a strict rule book that must be followed compared to morals. Although some morals can be illegal, it wouldn't be illegal if I didn't follow my own moral. The law is meant to treat everyone equal and maintain society from chaos (Ethics Center, 2016). 

 

Integrity can be someone's moral of being honest in what they decide to do. However, I believe the difference of integrity within ethics, morals, and the law is the outcome. You can be dishonest within your morals and not cause any damage, depending on what morals are being tested. Compared to ethics and the law, being dishonest can be illegal and could cause damage to others or yourself. 

References 

The Ethics Center. (2016, September 27). Ethics, morality, law - what's the difference? Retrieved from https://ethics.org.au/ethics-morality-law-whats-the-difference/

Liam. (2019, August 20). Ethics vs morals: Difference between morals vs ethics in English. Retrieved from https://7esl.com/ethics-vs-morals/

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