Interdependence of law & morality


Abstract
Law means a body of legal rules that are intended to alter behavior, Morality means rules of conduct that are associated with certain distinctive psychological and social attributes. the four pillars of classifying Law and Morality are Historical, Philosophical, Analytical, and Sociological. One can differentiate between LAW & MORALITY on their cost of establishment, their way of enforcement and nature of conduct. In many ways both LAW & MORALITY are dependent on each other.
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