Teleological and deontological approaches to topics vary by their focus, with teleological approaches based on intended end effects and deontological approaches based on adherence to set rules. These terms are most often... More »

Duty-based, or deontological, ethics hold that only actions performed out of (or from) duty have moral or ethical worth. Such actions are contrasted with those performed merely in accordance with duty. More »

Some common ethical principles include honesty, equality, respect for rights, integrity and adherence to the law. While these are all fairly standard ethical principles, their precise applications depend on the setting. ... More »

Ethics and law are closely intertwined as they both have a focus on right and wrong, preventing immoral acts and on creating rules for trade groups such as doctors and social workers. However, ethics and law are quite di... More »

The morality of pictures of breastfeeding women is highly subjective, but such pictures are generally considered moral when their purpose is to promote breastfeeding. Pictures that are instructional, do not depict minors... More » World View Philosophy Ethics

Rules and regulations can help keep workers safe and prevent harm for business and industrial practices. They can also ensure that companies compete in a fair manner. Regulations can help ensure that businesses do not co... More »

The difference is the law controls what people can and cannot do while ethics are moral standards that differentiate wrong from right. More »