The Problem of the Moral Norms in the Theoretical and Applied Ethics: Sources and Interpretations

Д.А. Гусев

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Abstract

The problem of the moral norms could be represented in the ethics from two different points: first, the morality as a system of specific norms is understood as the factor and the mechanism of the social regulation and control, and it is one of the key components of the subject’s identity as well which is implemented in the various actions and practices. However, the means by which the morality is realized in the social context are problematic for the subject. In other words, we know that the morality is a constellation of the norms and imperatives, but why should we act as if we couldn’t avoid them?
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe World of Human Norms
PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
Pages? стр., ?-?
ISBN (Print)?
StatePublished - 2013
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • normative ethics
  • science
  • norms
  • morality

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