Law and Reflective Ethics

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Philosophy

 

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William H

 

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March 15, 2013

 

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University

 

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It is a moral standard that law be kept to a minimum. This is because even though the government wants to protect us, they do not want to limit us and infringe on other rights we may have. An example that demonstrates how reflective ethics and law differ would be the laws imposed on Germans by the Third Reich of Hitler...
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By law, people were forced to perform acts considered morally wrong. The legal obligations and the moral obligations of the German people conflicted. An example of what reflective ethics and law share in common would be laws that prohibit acts such as murder, rape, and armed robbery. Laws protect the human rights that all humans are entitled to have...
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