But this is to relativise justice and truth in human relations, and to reject any concept of objective truth capable of uniting men.The bond of unity between men is tenuous when they simply share material interests; this is an association of self-interests (always prone to clash).Being ethical makes you look like you are against someone or something. It is not to please anyone but make sure you are ok with the what you will follow.
There is no such organization for the enforcement of morals. Example: donation to charity institution is a moral principle.
Moral rules do not admit even in principle admit of change by legislation. But it depends from person to person, from religion to religion, society to society. The income-tax recognized and exempts certain percentage of income-tax towards donation from the total income. Laws are rules developed by governments in order to provide balance in society and protection to its citizens.
Unity goes deeper and is stronger against potential divisions when people have common values to look up to: shared truth, patriotism, religious faith...
"Law", according to the Encyclopedia Britannica, "refers to the specialized form of social control familiar in modern, secular, politically organized societies".
Let us look at the definitions of ethics, morals, and law. If the law conflicts with our personal values or a moral system, we have to act – but to do so we need to be able to tell the difference between them.
Ethics is the moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conducting of an activity. Ethics and morals relate to “right” and “wrong” conduct.Morals and Law differ because the law demands an absolute subjection to its rules and commands.Law has enforcing authority derived from the state. The creditor can enforce a legal action against the debtor within three years from the date of execution of promissory note before the court of law. The state provides the organized machinery for the enforcement of the law.Moral law distinguishes right and wrong in (free) human actions.It is aimed above all at personal improvement and ultimately at salvation.The thomistic and christian view understands law otherwise: "it is nothing else than an ordinance of reason for the common good, made by him who has care of the community, and promulgated" . It is to establish a certain order, so as to protect social living.The purpose of human law is the common good more than the good of individuals (I-II, q. Without law, there is no society, only the jungle, the rule of might "If there is justice, and if law is based on a discernment of what is just, dialogue can begin and benevolence can appear; so we come to what is ours in common. Its effectiveness means that barbarism has been overcome: men have always been civilized this way" . If they are treated as relative and subjective, then they become inapplicable to the social sphere; and hence to the whole area of human law. Some people talk about their personal ethics, others talk about a set of morals and everyone in a society is governed by the same set of laws. Law governs society as a whole, often dealing with interactions between total strangers.Law and Morality In the modern world, morality and law are almost universally held to be unrelated fields and, where the term "legal ethics" is used, it is taken to refer to the professional honesty of lawyers or judges, but has nothing to do with the possible "rightness" or "wrongness" of particular laws themselves.This is a consequence of the loss of the sense of any "truth" about man, and of the banishment of the idea of the natural law.