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    How would a person make distinction judgments based ethics moral reasoning regulatory system? How rationalize differentiating judgments based underlying in tent a person negligence?

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    How would a person make distinction judgments based ethics moral reasoning regulatory system?

    When making distinction judgments predicated upon an ethics moral reasoning regulatory system, the individual must understand that many ethical decisions are based totally upon a human invention to solve a human problem. Morals are subjective to interpretation in many instances and are often not actions that are against the legal code of a country. Therefore, people are required to make personal distinctions on which moral judgments they will adhere to as many actions that deal with morality are private thus making enforcement of a moral reasoning regulatory system impossible unless the enforcement is done by the person committing the actions. Religion and other methods may attempt to elicit guilt or shame in an attempt to shape the persons distinction judgments to adhere to a determined moral reasoning regulatory system that either religion or the public has chosen.

    How rationalize differentiating judgments based underlying in tent a person negligence?

    Negligence is contingent upon the view of the person who is in violation of some moral norm. Different judgments will be used in similar situations because every person has their own individual set of moral guidelines. An example would be two people who pass a homeless child on the street, one person's judgment may be to give the child money or food because the person's moral compass dictates them to do so while the other person will walk right past the child without even looking at the child. It's subjective to interpretation whether or not the person who walked past the child is good or bad as the person may have previously been mugged by a homeless child and has never forgotten or got past this incident. In the same breath, the person with an appearance of good morals may be giving the child money or food for nefarious purposes in an attempt to lure the child for sex. To rationalize differentiating judgments requires for insight into the person's mindset, which can only be understood by the person making the judgment.

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