PSYCHOLOGY AND THE MORAL LAW: PARENT – CHILD RELATIONSHIP
Ioana Sasu-Bolba ()
Fiat Iustitia, 2017, vol. 11, issue 2, 205-211
It is said that morals and its rules in society (ethics) were preceded by selfconsciousness. Laws were consequently introduced having the same role, namely that of regulating human behaviour. We tried to focus our attention on morals and ethics in order to see what is their relationship with the law. We were also concerned with the relationship between morals and religion, and morals and education. The latter aspect offered us a support to analyse the relationships children have both with their parents and teachers, and also focus our attention on punishment as seen nowadays. Our target has been that of seeing to what an extent these aspects actually reflect the concrete social reality in our country today.
Keywords: morals; ethics; self-consciousness; parent-child relationship (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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