Duties of man ethically

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Duties of man ethically by Mind Map: Duties of man ethically

1. Duties of God

1.1. Religion: Man's relationship whit God.

1.1.1. Foundation of Religion: Man is a creature of God. Man's tendency or inclination to the absolute.

1.1.2. Practice of Religion: Main thing, is the tendency of the intelligence and the will for God. It's the spirit of union with God.

1.1.3. Religious freedom: Everyone professes religion according to his own conscience.

2. Economic and Social duties

2.1. Principles related to work

2.1.1. 1. Decent work: The one that is carried out with respect for fundamental labor principles and rights.

2.1.2. 2. Not working denigrates man

2.1.3. 3. Salaried Work: Socio-economic relationship between an employed worker and an employer, by means of which the former cedes his workforce through a labor contract.

2.1.4. 4. Work has a social function: It enjoys the protection of the State, and is not considered an article of commerce.

2.1.5. 5. Work can become creative

2.2. Wage principles .

2.2.1. 1. Fair wages: Every person who works has the right to a fair and satisfactory remuneration, which ensures him, as well as his family, an existence in accordance with human dignity

2.2.2. 2. Profit Sharing: It is the constitutional right of workers to receive a part of the profits generated in the company where they work, the percentage will be based on the Annual Declaration they present to the tax authorities.

2.2.3. 3. Salary with supply and demand law:The Law of Supply and Demand is an economic principle, by which the price of a good is set when the quantity of supply is equal to the quantity of demand.

2.2.4. 4. Economic Liberalism: Economic thought of liberalism, promotes economic freedom and is against the intervention of the State in the Economy.

2.3. Related to property law

2.3.1. 1. Defense of property rights: Meeting of three faculties: enjoy a thing, dispose of it and claim it.

2.3.2. 2. Reasons: a) Need to poses what you're going to consume. b) The family is sustained by the property. c) Savings are only retained on a property basis. d) Higher activities are possible because of the property.

2.3.3. 3. Socialism and communism: The state controls the economy, and is responsible for reducing social inequality, through programs that benefit the poor.

3. Duties with respect to the Family

3.1. Marriage .

3.1.1. Purpose: Permanent union of two people.

3.1.2. Properties: Indissoluble and United

3.1.3. Divorce: Simple separation or breakdown of the marriagebond.