ETHICS and MORALITY
Ethics is one of several fields of philosophy, the thinking rationally and critically about fundamental questions. A basic tool of philosophy is, famously, logic—the process of right reasoning.
Maybe the most basic philosophical question of all is: why is there anything? This question is best answered by another: Who knows? which is enough to put philosophy on the shelf, a position often exacerbated by philosophers themselves—especially those with an agenda. Philosophers love arguing with other philosophers, scaring off others who might make sense of it all. The next few paragraphs illustrate why. Stay with me here…
Philosophy incorporates three laws of thought, to wit: 1) Nothing can be and not be at the same time; 2) Something either is or is not; and 3) A thing is what it is (such as words, which simply describe what is).