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  1. What are the current methods for determining ethics, and are they feasible?
  2. Morality is personal, and cannot be applied onto others
  3. The science-based ethics
  4. The areas of ethics

When examining knowledge that is obtained with difficulty, one automatically thinks of the sciences. The scientific method, for instance, requires many repeated experiments, exact measurements, extensive background knowledge, and accurate observations. However, when one thinks of knowledge that is truly valued, the sciences do not immediately come to mind. On the other hand, ethics deals more obviously with true values, since ethics pertains to what is right, what is prioritized, and how to live life.

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