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The rhetoric question of ethics
Francisco Camacho Marín was born in Mexico City, on August 22, 1960. He has Mexican and Spanish nationality, since his father was Spanish. He made his degree studies in human sciences and mastery in this city;In Bilbao, Spain, his doctorate, he is a teacher in philosophy, ethics, epistemology, among others. He has more than 20 years of experience in journalism and more than 30 in teaching and the like. He is still alive.
To begin the development of this topic we must present why ethics as a question. First of all ethics itself is the discipline in charge of the study of morals. It is one that philosophically leads to the debate of the right and wrong according to the circumstances that are presented, as we currently have us, in the professional level.
This, in itself, becomes a question, since we continuously dig in the doubt that if the action carried out at the time has been adequate, normally taking as a basis the moral of the society in question. She being a question becomes an answer, however it is not definitive, since the question remains until the time of a new necessary action. This term, existing since antiquity has been acquiring a new concept, more defined according to time, establishing more as a question.
The writer takes off the writing by referring to the fact that ethics itself is a question and leading the reader not to turn it into a whole due to their integrating role, since we could say is a kind of referee or referee that moderates or restricts, according to the circumstances what is done in society. This is what we understand of what is written by the author, that not because he has satisfactorily fulfilled or filling his role we must forget that it leads us to ask even when the integration of different areas is achieved efficiently.
Continuing with the writing we must emphasize that according to the writer, ethics is the regulatory of being of man, being that it manifests itself through the profession that he decides or not exercising, an exercise that leads us to reflect on what is due ordo not. We feel that man tends to seek "goodness" to direct his being and must be to her, the author poses that is relevant to know where that question arises, what is good?.
Being that each one is a being, the author expands that each one has a different conception so that it cannot arise from a writing or statement, but is established by the knowledge that the individual has reason why for each individualIt is different in the same way explains the similarity in individuals who share similar knowledge. Thus, this knowledge leads them to certain internal processes that lead them to the exteriorization of "that must be done".
Making mention of the theories of other prosistas, the author refers to the daily need facing the individual to make decisions that lead him to constantly demand the question of the “that must be done” to achieve a decision that leads him toThe action you consider good. Decisions normally regulated by a series of laws that do not affect the individual until they confront him, since he is accustomed to them.
Thus, the human being, the author stands out, is able to act differently from the judgments he emits, not practicing the duty to be, affecting ethics. Ethics is only the internal process that occurs in each individual;but its implementation. Nor is it issuing reflections without knowing what we are talking about. Continuing the issue, the author emphasizes the chaos that would originate if morality were eliminated, addressing a direct affectation to ethics that cannot exist without morality;However, he presents that even an answer is not achieved, but reveals the cycle that is generated between these.
In this way, the interior process carried out by the individual, as written by the author, is re -establishing as a point of importance, this process is natural of each individual, something that occurs without trying. But finally desired is to make it conscious, that we have control and domain. That is why he presents us with the actions of Socrates, who did not hesitate to repeatedly question those conditioned with any teaching, concept or argument. Not to convince them otherwise or indicate any error, but to constantly rethink maintaining an investigative spirit.
Not only this, but in that same way it is that internal process that leads the individual to overcome. According to the writer Lonergan, cited by our author, the process that happens within each individual is divided into 4 and due to the role of each of them, joining their relationship with individual improvement, they lead to being to discuss their actions and maintainmoral norms, since if he does not, he would be putting his future in society at risk.
From what the author expressed we can conclude that: morals directly intervene with the decision making that man must make to live in society. "He must do," generates a series of processes in each individual that in the end lead him to the action of what is good according to his perspective. Ethics will be a question, since at the time of its execution each being and I must do is different according to the place, individual and circumstance.