The distinction between morality and ethics is a fizzy topic. Morality often seems to involve a kind of code-withcontent, that’s to say, there are categories and actions fall into them or they don’t – no matter when, where or with whom. Ethics, in comparison, would speak to principles of action, those from which we might derive responses that we, and others, can live with in certain moments and contexts. Ethics considers the how of navigating a life rather than what’s to be coolly assessed.
Field of Research
220199 Applied Ethics not elsewhere classified 190403 Dance
Socio Economic Objective
970119 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing
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