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Concepts & GS IV PYQs

Concepts & GS IV PYQs

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Relevance of Ethics to Human Well-Being

Ethics isn't just a part of the UPSC GS IV syllabus—it's a fundamental aspect of our daily existence. Whether adhering to personal commitments or confronting societal injustices, ethics shape our decisions and moral compass. It prompts us to ponder profound dilemmas, from reporting child labour to weighing the morality of undercover journalism.

In our lives, ethical quandaries are unavoidable. They challenge us to make choices that respect the dignity and rights of others. Ethics offers the tools to navigate these situations, ensuring we act without compromising our or others' moral well-being.

Why Studying Ethics is Essential

  1. Resolving Moral Questions: Ethics empowers us to address the moral challenges we face daily, enhancing our moral judgement and enriching our perspective.

  2. Forming Moral Identity: Our upbringing instills various values in us. Studying ethics helps us sift through these and develop our own moral beliefs.

  3. Enhancing Reasoning Skills: Ethics hones our ability to reason from a moral standpoint, grappling with fundamental questions and conflicting viewpoints—skills that are invaluable in real life.

  4. Elevating Quality of Life: Every choice shapes our moral character. As Socrates argued, a moral life leads to fulfilment and happiness, while neglecting ethics results in conflict and frustration.

Join us in exploring the transformative power of ethics in personal growth and professional integrity within the civil services. 

Discover how ethics not only prepares you for the UPSC examination but also equips you for a life of purpose and integrity.

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