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Q1(a). Ethics Contributes to Social and Human well-being

Q1(a). Explain how ethics contributes to social and human well-being. (150 words) 10
 
Answer
Ethics is a branch of philosophy that involves systematising, defending and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct. It is a moral philosophy that depends on the habits or customs of the society.
Ethical behaviour means thinking about the interest of others before self-interest. If every member of society starts thinking about the interest of others before their own, there would be no conflicts and the society shall grow rapidly and each member of the society would feel happy and satisfied. When people trust each other and work for the betterment of society, the social bonding improves, which results in the well-being of each member of the society.
In an ethical society, people follow legal and moral laws, which make them happy, satisfied and peaceful. When people are happy, they achieve success and contribute more towards their family and society, leading to the enhancement of happiness and prosperity of each member of society. (152 words)
 
Q1(a). Ethics Contributes to Social and Human well-being
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