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Throughout the day, each and every person makes decisions based upon what they believe and want to do. It may be a good gesture or a gesture just looking out for them. The question arises is their a right and wrong choice. But ethics are and immortality hand in hand. Are they the both though and same thing, are can they be oppositely done? Immorality and ethics in today’s society are two different things. Due to the differences you can have both. The differences are shown through society, judgment, and belief. Through society ethics and immortality show their difference. Society shows that ethics is based upon the society itself rather then the individual. Ethics is what society goes based on. The rules that are place in the United States are a set of ethics that each individual must follow. There can be different ethics for different groups of people. For instance in the business world today there are business ethics, which is another set of ethics for a different group of people. Even though these ethics are set in place people still do not follow them and has to do with immorality of the individual. In addition to society showing how ethics and immorality are immoral, the judgment of each individual shows the difference and how one can be ethical and immoral. Each individual has their own mind and in which they make their own judgments and decisions. For instance in a state like Texas it is legal to shot somebody that is on your property and then ask questions later, this might be an ethical situation but can be considered immorality because in some individuals judgments it is wrong to shoot somebody. During lecture Professor Embree discussed how someone could be ethical and immoral. Like somebody can be ethical but be immoral and still make a lot of money (Embree, 10/21). Even though this person made all this money on his or her own judgment it is still…...

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