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Universal ethic

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The "In [[philosophy]], the '''universal ethic" ''' is a set of moral rules that expresses natural [[moral law]]. If it exists, the universal ethic is a unique moral imperative for humanity. Its function is to provide the foundation for proper [[law]]s and policies. The claim for its existence is a set of criteria which the universal ethic should satisfy. The universal ethic has five basic rules:
1. A "benefit" is an act welcomed by the recipient.