Definition - What does Ethics mean?
Ethics, in simple terms, can be defined as the branch of philosophy that explains what is good and bad for the society and individuals in general. It defines the duties that individuals owe themselves and to other individuals living in a society.
Justipedia explains Ethics
In the modern world, ethics explains how business professionals, individuals, corporation, etc., interact with each other. For example, legal ethics defines the code of conduct every lawyer should be following.
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