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  1. I don't care. Ethics is a philosophical discipline. Philosophy is not a “natural science”. Moreover, the classification of philosophy as a science is in itself a controversial philosophical question.

  2. It's strange, but this is the first time I've read about it. This is a question of the future. It can be categorized as questions that are ahead of their time.

    Personally, I have no objections to this question, but I believe that it will be natural and will find an adequate answer only in the future.

    The question is asked outside the still existing worldview paradigm, which allows for the existence of some ideal world (transcendent, otherworldly, Spirit, God, Absolute).

    The world, from my point of view, is absolutely material and has at its core a physical nature. The informatization of all spheres of life that has begun to develop is already showing a tendency to restore the status of materialism not as anti-idealism and primitive mechanical materialism, but as a meta-form of truly dialectical materialism.

    Soon materialism, no matter how much the neoliberals seek to nullify it, will regain its status as not only a political and economic theory, but also a philosophical concept of the world order, which has been created by mankind for several millennia, starting with the philosophy of Ancient Greece. It will develop at the expense of internal potential, not the potential of the struggle against idealism, at the expense of the internal struggle of various materialistic scientific theories to transform the material environment of a specific person.

    So far, dialectics in materialism has only been proclaimed as a principle, as a declaration, but it has not become an effective tool for research, analysis and forecasting.

    Digitalization, informatization, and technologization are already rapidly gaining momentum and creating their own language in the broadest sense of the word, which means that the former anthropocentric idealistic worldview paradigm, on which the entire culture of a specific person of previous centuries was created, will change the language of all spheres of human knowledge, and traditional spiritual spheres – ethics and aesthetics, both as sciences and as a traditional way of describing the world-will not

    Life is a process of struggle for energy. And struggle in all its forms, and energy in all its forms. After all, the traditional ethical categories of morality and morality, good and evil are categories of human forms of energy distribution and redistribution.

    Beauty, morality-this is an energy balance. Why we think a hero who has risen up to fight injustice is beautiful, because he is fighting to restore the balance of energy that has been disrupted in society.

    Article “Justice-restoring the energy balance”. It provides a more detailed justification for this point of view.


  3. Ethics is not a natural science, but a philosophical discipline!

    Unlike the natural sciences, whose subject is related to the world of natural phenomena, which makes it possible to designate the subject by pointing to objects of reality, ethics and philosophy assume the assimilation of a certain minimum of philosophical knowledge in order to gain an understanding of the subject.

    In science, ethics is understood as a field of knowledge, and under morality or morality — what it studies. In a living language, this distinction is still missing. The term “ethics” is also sometimes used to refer to the system of moral and ethical norms of a particular social group.


  4. Ethics does not belong to the natural sciences, since its norms are largely based on the concepts of due (an additional regulatory that appears with a more developed consciousness, a second signal), and not from practice itself, experience, as it is, for example, in animals. That is, ethics is a means of conscious formation. On the other hand, of course, a person does not realize enough and uses this mechanism consciously. Most of the ethical rules are formed in society spontaneously, as a result of conditions – as real, even if in parallel there is a certain formal as a given, proper morality.

  5. rather, ethics is a social category. society is developing, new opportunities are emerging. the concept of ethics is developing, but there is a fundamental (10 formulated laws) on which ethics develops.

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