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Tuesday 29 December 2020

Ethics and Morality

 Ethics and Morality

What’s the Difference Between Morality and Ethics?

Generally, the terms ethics and morality are used interchangeably, although a few different communities (academic, legal, or religious, for example) will occasionally make a distinction.


Ethics, also called moral philosophy, the discipline concerned with what is morally good and bad and morally right and wrong. The term is also applied to any system or theory of moral values or principles. Click here to read this entry written by Peter SingerPeter Albert David Singer is an moral philosopher. He is the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, and a Laureate Professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics.

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Video Recording of Dilip Barad's Session in AICTE sponsored STTP organised by Gandhinagar Institute of Technology on Communication Skills and Ethics.

Phase I: 30 Dec 2020

Phase II: 20 Jan 2021

Phase III: 3 Feb 2021

Ethics vs Morality

Let us read these statements to understand the difference between morality and ethics in proper context;
  1. If a teacher is irregular in his duty (i.e. not completing syllabus), s/he may be considered unethical but we cannot call him 'immoral'.
  2. If a teacher is physically exploiting students, s/he may be considered immoral as well as unethical.
  3. If a teacher supports students agitating against management, it may be considered morally righteous but unethical.
  4. If a teacher is doing administration work at the cost of teaching, s/he may be considered morally right but unethical.
  5. If a teacher is forced to do admin work instead of teaching, it is unethical but it may not be considered immoral
  6. The Lawyer telling court that his/her client is guilty is morally right but ethically it violets attorney-client privilege.
  7. Regular full time teachers - doing private tuitions = Unethical or Immoral?
  8. Teacher asking for money to pass students = Unethical or Immoral?
  9. If we cannot take exams without invigilator, how can we say that our education system deals with morality and ethics in a proper way?

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