Ethics in captivity of phenomena: needs, violence, religion, morality

  • V. Turban G.S. Kostiuk Institute of psychology of the National Academy of Education of Ukraine
Keywords: ethics, needs, violence, religion, morality, society, public relations, law, government, politics


The article attempts to analyze the phenomenon of the most famous social ethics, needs, violence, religion and morality in the context of public relations. It is shown that all four regulatory system - needs, violence virospovidalnist (religion) zvychayevist (morality) - have separate spheres of influence in its pure form do not overlap. Thus, the proposed quadrisyllabic regulatory system meets the requirement of analyticity. Shown completeness of the system, the four of objectivity in their substantiality.


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Turban, V. (2017). Ethics in captivity of phenomena: needs, violence, religion, morality. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 19(1), 3-8. Retrieved from