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Personal attitudes and basic attitudes

Ethics is the teaching of correct action (morality). Frequent action always also is practice of a basic attitude of character. Values and patterns of behavior arise from this, where morals follow being, which is perceived by continuous, new intellectual efforts and striving for the knowledge of truth.

Human actions are oriented on the existential purposes of being human, which are embedded in human nature. Man is striving for perfection and achieving goals as completely as possible, thus realizing oneself. Four basic attitudes are the cornerstones of ethical action. They enable man to guide activities to tracks ordered according to his will. Man is the measure of all things in this, to the extent that the creator is the measure of man. All other basic attitudes are derived from the lineage of these four cardinal virtues.