- What is Morality?
- Science that identifies and examines the rules of individual and social behavior in a particular period of a particular society. The pluralism of the word hulk in Arabic, which expresses the behavior of a human being in order to fulfill the purpose of creation, pluralizes the meanings of morality, temperance, secrecy and temperament.
- In many language, act as personal morality, social ethics as custom and science as terms of morality. In this respect, the science and philosophy of theology as well as the term éthique and morale in French meet both. The theoretical moral (Fr. Morale théorique) and the moral predestination (Fr. Morale pratique) were used as a counterpart of Ethique. There are also moral philosophy as moral and éthique profitability as moral justice, or ethical terms in many language.
- Old thinkers used the Greek ethical phrase in all these meanings. Yunaca éthé was pronouncing the meaning, custom (Os, Orf and customs, Fr. Les moeurs). Lévy-Bruhl then put forward a science des moeurs (Os. Orth and Alma), as he began to use moral terms in the sense of philosophical-scientific morality and éthique in the sense of social morality. This new science, which we can meet as a sort of ceremony to distinguish it from theology, also includes morality, as Lévy-Bruhl himself has said. Indeed, the Arabic moral phrase is wholly the counterpart of the moeurs term and expresses the social rules defined in tradition, custom, actors and customs in a society.