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Statement of Purpose Ethics & Morality Forum Statement of Purpose

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    Ethics & Morality Forum Statement of Purpose

    The Ethics and Morality forum is for discussions that address conduct based on ethics (the rules of conduct recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions or a particular group or culture) and morality (the personal compass of what is right and wrong for an individual). Ethics are set because society says it's right while morals are set because the individual believes something is right or wrong. The discussions on ethics and morality may also address character traits.

    Discussions on many of the topics in the Ethics & Morality forum can at times become heated, so please remember to keep your emotions in check and your responses in line with our sitewide rules and the following guidelines:

    Handling Disagreements

    Members who participate in the Ethics & Morality forum are expected to treat one another with courtesy and respect at all times, ESPECIALLY when you disagree with each other. It is not a flame for a member to disagree with another member's argument or opinion on a specific topic.


    • When you disagree, address the content of the post and not the poster.
    • When you disagree with someone's position, you should post evidence and supporting statements for your position. This policy, sometimes referred to as "X means Y because of Z", must be followed especially when posting claims that are widely considered to be controversial.
    • When you disagree and you find yourself becoming frustrated and angry, step away from the computer and give yourself time to cool down.
    • Always proofread your post before hitting the "Reply" button to make sure you have responded with courtesy and respect.
    All posts are expected to be in compliance with the site rules as well as the the Guidelines for all Discussion and Debate Forums.

    Guidelines for All Discussion and Debate Forums can be reviewed here prior to posting.


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    Off Topic Threads: Make sure that you are posting within the purpose of the forum. To prevent off topic threads, make your OP clear and ask questions or make statements that address whether something is right or wrong either by society or personal beliefs.


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