Difference Between Law And Morality

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INTRODUCTION "At his best, man is the noblest of all animals; separated from law and justice he is the worst." __ ARISTOTLE In Ancient Times , there was hardly any difference between Law and Morality . According to the Indian jurists their was no difference between them . However the changes came later in nineteenth century when Austin defined Law as command of the sovereign .Also Mimansa made a distinction between them . Moreover by the time commentaries were written the difference was already there. The commentaries also laid down the principle of “ Factum valet ” meaning that an act…show more content…
For example in case of China we know about it’s one child policy which prevented couples to have more than one child i.e. only a single child . The policy at first looks unsocial preventing parents to not have childrens i.e. more than one . However when the policy was implemented the population was rising at a very fast rate and it was the need of the hour to implement such a policy. One-child policy, officially started in the late 1970s and mid '80s by the focal administration of China, the reasoning behind which was to limit the immense larger part of families in the nation to one child each. The basis for formulating the arrangement was to decrease the increasing rate of China's huge populace. It was declared in the year 2015 that the program was to end in mid 2016. This was the first case of overpopulation in world were such a policy was implemented to reduce the country’s growth rate and its growing population . However there were some exception to this policy such as it was implemented in urban areas only and not in rural areas . And also some communities were also extempted from it . Even though such a policy is unsocial , unethical it was implemented only to control China’s population . In case of India were population is growing at such a phase that it will overtake china by 2028.…show more content…
Births of subsequent children The third disadvantage of one child policy was occurrences of child birth after the previously born went missing or was hidden from government . Those children , who were undocumented, confronted hardships in acquiring education and jobs . In spite of the fact that the numbers of such children is not known, numbers have run from the many thousands to a few million. 4. Little Emperors. Some parents may become over-protective with their only child. The media alluded to reveled such children in one-child families as "Little Emperors". Since the 1990s, a few people have stressed that this will bring about a higher propensity toward poor social communication and participation aptitudes among the new era, as they have no kin at home. No studies have researched the proportion of these over-protective children. Chinese media calls this type of parenting as “little emperor syndrome” . Such children may lack proper communication skills and may also lack
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