definition of principles

At the behest of the ethics, the principles are those norms or rules that serve to guide the behavior of a human being.

Series of norms and values ​​that guide and guide the behavior of a person so that their growth occurs in accordance with and within the framework of the law

That is, the principles consist of general norms, universally extended to any community, culture, such as: not falling into lies, respecting and loving your neighbor, respecting life, not exercising violence with anything or anyone, giving a hand to those who need it most without expecting to receive anything In return, among others.

The principles are nothing other than the externalization of those things that the human being needs to develop in conformity and be happy, for example, they have a universal scope and are present in most of the religious doctrines of our planet.

The human being has been discovering over the years and from lived experiences various harmful issues, manifested in behaviors and actions, that can affect his life, that of his environment and that of the world in general and that is why he has decided to codify them so that both he and the rest of the people respect them and it is possible to live in a peaceful world.

Lending a hand to those who need it has been shown to help to get out of a crisis faster, therefore, man has made it an ethical principle and has been imitated by others given the success of the result of doing so.

Not complying with it will obviously imply an ethical fault.

Meanwhile, that value or postulate that the principle proposes will be taken into account, as a guide, by the person, when developing this or that action because precisely it always contains what is considered socially as good and as correct. .

Each individual according to their education and experience will have their own principles that will come into play every time their conscience demands it, but also, accompanying these are the ethical principles that we share with the rest of society.

It is also worth noting that the principles that adults assume in our lives and that function in some way as a guide to work are closely linked to training, the environment, and subjectivity.

In any case, there is a universal code that establishes what is right or wrong and that therefore directly influences the adoption or not of these principles.

Beginning of something, birth of a person or another living being

On the other hand, the word beginning is often used as a synonym for beginning, began, genesis, because it refers to the first moment of something or someone.

The beginning of a project, of a book, of a person, commonly designated as birth, and that marks the beginning of that autonomous life, because the child born is no longer housed in the mother's womb, cuts the umbilical cord that united it. to his mother in the belly and begins his development in the world as an individual.

Reason for something

This term is also used as a synonym for the cause or motive of something, the trigger for a situation: "Maria's screams were the beginning of the discussion among the friends."

Component of a body

It can also be the component of a body that is essential for its development, for example water and air for living beings.

Foundation of a scientific idea, reasoning or theory

And the foundation or statement on which an idea, a reasoning or even a scientific investigation is based.

When an individual holds an idea or a theory, it is essential that they have to endorse it and make it more solid in front of others that they have foundations and arguments that support it, because otherwise it will be a simple opinion and it may be questioned and even destroyed. thus.

For example, the fundamentals are required for scientific theories to be considered and accepted in the community, that is, they must be based on observation, experimentation and verification.

In religions, principles also play a fundamental role since they constitute the most transcendent beliefs, which are associated with the sacred and which are accepted and assumed without discussion through the faith that each believer holds for their religion, that is, not require any demonstration.

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