Can Ethics Be Taught?

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Ethics can be taught since ethics consists of knowing what we ought to do and such knowledge can be taught. Studies indicate that a person's behaviour is greatly influenced by his or her moral judgements and moral perception.
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Ethics are something that technically can be taught. Often however ethics is something that is learned from observing and can be habit forming.
Yes ethics can be taught. Moral development in each individual is different and will change as a person grows into adulthood. Also being in an environment that does the right thing helps. You can find more information here: http://www.scu.edu/ethics/practicing/decision/canethicsbetaught.html
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