Objective Ethics Law and Legal Definition
Objective Ethics refers to a view that a person's action can always be seen as right or wrong, regardless of the situation or the consequences. It focuses on rules for governing what is considered to be morally right, wrong, or obligatory. The person’s subjective evaluation of the situation is not of much importance.
Objective Ethics is also known as moral absolutism or ethical absolutism.
Legal Definition list
- Objection to the Notice of Intent to Proffer
- Objection to Exemptions (Bankruptcy)
- Objection to Dischargeability ( Bankruptcy)
- Objection to Consideration of a Question
- Objection in Point of Law
- Objective Ethics
- Objective Evidence
- Objective Medical Documentation
- Objective Medical Evidence
- Objective Novation
- Objective Responsibility