2 Answers

  1. Of course, a person's personal sense of morality is more important than the law, because otherwise we find ourselves in a dystopia, where what is legal is good, and the law ceases to be checked by anything.

  2. If we violate the law (legal norms), we will be subject to administrative or criminal prosecution. The law is the minimum that everyone must comply with. Only then can we talk about morality.

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