The criteria of logic and ethics

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“Ethics is so I would appreciate the knowledge? ethics will transfer the conflict to the ethical plane and this translates into a logical, by the way dynamics can be adopted where the translation appears uncertain situation of conflict.

  • Logic – evaluation of facts/knowledge
  • Ethics – evaluation using ethical categories,

I did not immediately remember what they are (it seems “rude, rude, likes, hates, hurts, caresses, bored, helps, … I even translate here in the business logic (making) smile emoticon I don't know) once his monologue 4 minutes

on 5:42-minutes he generally gives the result of his thoughts – “I was curious to know what the gist of it knowledge compared to mine”…

Ethics from logic, too, goes through the logic in the assessment of human knowledge (!) instead of rating the man personally even look at teachers – when they evaluate a person's knowledge – clearly distinguish between knowledge assessment and the evaluation of a person – these two dichotomously opposite – after all, if they inflate the assessment of knowledge due to the fact that believe man is good and blunders random – in fact, it will be minus the teacher – because they put not objective but subjective evaluation so here – it evaluates the knowledge of the teacher and not good or bad it is, the teacher likes it or not!!!

A very good example of the relationship of logic with teachers, in the tutorial, placed – “logic to relate to teachers as valuing their knowledge and not personal qualities”.

The difference between the “evaluated knowledge” and “he said he appreciated the knowledge” – maybe because opposites sometimes meet and issued wishful thinking, but – but the fact that that's what he considers to be important – it assessment through the facts (knows – don't know) and not through relationships (likes- dislikes, rude – …) – this leads to quite specific ideas, even further on in the video – teachers tell “not interested” – you? – he important subject, it serves as his teacher: you – he said that teachers can be loving disciples, loving or scolding students or something, but he just says that's just not interesting to tell – not the teacher so-and-so – and so and-so because he is doing something wrong. And ethics in conflict often justify a point of view not facts and I cannot understand expressions like “rude” “no respect” “hurts” etc. but if the claim to the Affairs of – then summarize in a General and vague”.

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