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                          Law

                Moral



1)

" Law is a set of rules imposed and enforced by a society with regard to the distribution and exercise of powers over person and things"


"Moral concerned with the principles of right and wrong behaviour".

2)

In law, man is considered as a person because he has a Free Will.


In Morals, we have to do with determining the will towards the good.

3)

Law considers man only insofar as he lives in community with others.


Morals give a guide to lead him even if he were alone.

4)

Law has to do with acts insofar as they operate externally.

Morals look to the intention, the inner determination and direction of the will.


5)

Law governs the will so far as it may be external coercion


Morals seek a free self determination towards the good.





See also 

1) Difference between Common Intention and Common Object 

2) Distinction/ Difference between Possession and ownership

3) Difference between Mortgage and Lien

4) Difference between Analytical School and Historical School

5) Difference between vested interest and contingent interest

 

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