Reflection Paper On Philosophy Ethic: Sept – 24 -2019 (Seton Hall University)

Ethic reports: September 24​th,​2019

Professor: Gabriel

Student: Steadman Blake

Seton Hall University

In this reflection report, I will discuss what I’ve learned in class so far and how religion plays a part in global affairs.​​I will also explain religious practice along with ethic morals that bind us together and divide us as a people(I will go into depth).​​In the end, I will also discuss the work I do at the United Nations Associations along with their moral codes of ethics and the United Nations Decorations of Universal Human Rights which was founded by multiple religious practice morals and ethics beliefs and I will also discuss why I am a Criminal Justice Major.

  • I will discuss religious practices and ethic morals and how it combines us together and divide us
  • I will discuss what I’ve learned as I read ethics Theory and contemporary issues
  • I will discuss the negatives and positives of religions
  • I will discuss the work I do at the United Nations Association and why I work at the UNA
  • I will discuss why I am a criminal justice major
  • I will discuss my plans for the future

As I read this book on “Ethics, Theory and Contemporary Issue” it speaks of the topic that relates to this world and the issues along with a global ethic on the worldwide construct of humanity and everything we know about our existence. This book is exceptionally extraordinary, and it relates to what I do at my job at the UN and the work that I do which is research and understanding human nature and the ethics of our morals along with our religion that we follow around the world.

A longstanding discussion has been whether morals assumes a place in religion. Most religions have a moral part. A focal part of morals is “the great life,” the existence worth living or life that is fulfilling, which is held by numerous rationalists to could easily compare to conventional ethical codes.

Be that as it may, Religious morals lessons and practices of what is correct or not proper, positive or negative, good or awful, from a religious perspective. A definition supported by the United States Supreme Court is that religions are customs that are in any way similar to Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, or Buddhism.

Religion can sometime be damaging to a people and society. Religious differences frequently breed doubt, contempt, and viciousness. In any case, the beliefs additionally advance harmony, advocate for human rights, and offer alleviation to those out of luck. The impacts of religion are no place progressively evident that in the global setting, including the implications it has on globalization. We have to comprehend, and at last shape, the activities of religious disciples to guarantee those religious feelings are more positive than negative in our worldwide occasions. The commitment of religion to worldwide morals and, on the other hand, the significance of worldwide morals for religious practice is the subject of this exposition. To the extent that our

earthly morals imagine the area of moral obligation to incorporate present and future life not constrained by explicit relations or networks, at that point, a few inquiries go to the fore.

For some religious individuals and their religion alongside profound quality and orthodox accept and convention are the equivalents or indivisible; for them either ethical quality is a piece of religion, or their religion is their ethical quality. For other people, particularly for nonreligious individuals, profound quality and morality are unmistakable and distinguishable; religion might be improper or nonmoral, and decent quality may or ought to be nonreligious.

A focal part of morals is “the great life,” the existence worth living or life that is fulfilling, which is held by numerous experts to compare to conventional ethical codes. The ancient Greeks called it eudaimonia or​​perfect happiness. The old Greeks accepted joy was realized by carrying on with one’s life as per uprightness – positive qualities of character. Goodness in the most astounding sense, in a grown-up who has been raised well, won’t merely include great individual propensities, for example, courage and moderation, yet additionally companionship and equity and scholarly prudence. The embodiment of uprightness is in the wholeness of the individual achieved by honesty.

Further, a portion of our most essential reasonable assumptions is straightforwardly associated with a religious belief system. For instance, the vast majority concur that things like homicide and infidelity are never right, paying little respect to conditions. Most real-world religions reverberation these conclusions, and it tends to have contended that the old implicit rules these conventions epitomize are the first wellspring of our social instincts. At the very least, we do appear to see religion as a decent bountiful source of the fundamental right direction, making it incautious to contend that there should be no association among faith and morals.

The Brilliant Principle best represents the connection between religion and ethical quality. Practically the majority of the world’s extraordinary religions contain in their religious messages some form of the Brilliant Principle: “Do unto others as you would wish them to do unto you.” As it were, we should treat others how we would need to be dealt with. This is the essential ethic that aides all religions. On the off chance that we do as such, satisfaction will follow.

However, a positive way to deal with the exchange between antagonistic groups is to look for resemblance. Be that as it may, in issues of religion, that can be a tricky, if not unrealistic, undertaking. Without the way to recognize deceptive and authentic parallels, an exchange can rapidly wander off-track. Some case that religious conventions are gotten from a single primordial source, and that in this way they are on a fundamental level homogeneous in spite of their unmistakable imageries. Others hold that religious conventions are impervious to examination, given their social, etymological, and powerful contrasts. However, others, all the more unobtrusively, recommend that religions are in fundamental understanding about essential moral standards, even​​though they may strife philosophically and mystically

Two feelings encourage for Global Ethic: first, between religious comprehension is a sine qua non for harmony among country states. Religion applies a ground-breaking yet equivocal effect on governmental issues. It can sanctify childishness, or belittle someone, and annoying individuals. However, it likewise contains assets for advancing comprehension and resistance.

Maybe the Global Ethics could be one of the components of the discourse. In any case, that discourse won’t resolve the unpredictable clashes between the West and portions of the world. Be that as it may, if genuine, substantive, and educated, it could dissipate profound established biases. It could illustrate, in some unobtrusive way, to the capacity of religion to an interact with others, not exclusively to isolate.

All of this information I had provided above, it’s just me giving you (The Reader) Global aspects of ethics as we are connected globally despite our issues.​​However, as a Catholic and a Criminal Justice major. All of this information is all connected to the job I do at the United Nations Associations in New York.

In my work for UNA, I have learned about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. These are the goals in which I choose to follow because they align with my Catholic faith and along with the Ten Commandments and the obligation of doing the right thing. The work I’ve done is on the Child Migrant crisis in the United States and Mexico Border. I researched the numerous children that have been moved across the New York state area. I‘ve called facilities that housed the migrant children.

There were 557 migrant children in the New York State facilities homes. I had also called the status of children moved to the New York area as a result of the harsh policies of family separation in the US the southern border of the United States.

I wrote down reports on my finding, and I submitted it to my supervisor. Although I may not be a journalist, I can say I did whatever I can for the right cause for the suffering of children and women and a few young men who are stuck at the US Mexico Border.

All of this belief and global moral ethics are aligned with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at the UN. As I have been reading this book on Ethics, Theory, and Contemporary Issues. This book allows me to see broader aspects of the world.

As a Criminal Justice major, this is extremely useful. It broadens my mind and my views on how the world can operate morally and ethically. Since I do have plans to go into law school eventually, I do not know whether if I want to go into a law school or an international law school that gets involved in international crimes that involve in unethical and unmoral people. However, this can help me get a grasp on global issues.