Society plays a Role in setting standard for what is Right and Wrong?

@maria1081 (1252)
January 5, 2010 3:10am CST
Do you think Society plays a big Role in setting standard for what is Right and Wrong? I need to hear your comments about this matter. Thank you.
3 responses
@megamatt (14331)
• United States
5 Jan 10
Yes, society plays a huge role in setting the standard of right and wrong. There are many things that society as a whole has deemed to be wrong over time. So the general opinion is that no one is willing to challenge these notions. Some of them are obvious common sense. Others may be a bit more of a gray area but still are considered to be socially wrong.
@apexiph (123)
• Malaysia
5 Jan 10
Hi. Yes it's true that society plays a big role in setting standard for what is right or wrong. It is depends on certain society because they have different culture that have different rule to be followed. Some society allow certain action can be do and some society not allow their members to do certain action. So you have to be aware of certain society when you are entering their area. It is not because of the rule that they are followed but you just have to show them some respect..:
• China
5 Jan 10
hi ,maria,your question is hard to reply.maybe ,some country will make use of law to deal with something wrong and right,in fact ,there are lots of thing which could bot be resolved by law ,for example ,for one night love is right or wrong?society has its own standard to it,more time ,moral standard will play a balance function to such question ,how do you see that?