For a long history, mankind has endured a myriad of upheavals: wars, natural disasters, famine, diseases, accompanied by deaths of hundreds and thousands of people. The past of the 20th century was especially cruel. Only one event – World War II – took more than 60 million people, more than 90 million became disabled. These terrible figures make one wonder: can a world in which so many people die count as good? Why are the rules of morality, known for thousands of years, powerless against various manifestations of evil? If you think about it well, you can find answers to these difficult questions. The fact is that it is not enough to know the rules of morality, you have to act in accordance with them and in big deeds, and in everyday trivialities. Therefore, after experiencing cruelty and injustice, people are increasingly thinking about what,
Over the past decades, laws around the world have become more moral. Recognizing human life as the greatest value, the modern world is trying to overcome poverty, hunger and disease, which still plagues many people on the planet. After all, a person’s life is an asset through which only some other good can be realized. So, the first condition for recognizing the dignity of each person is respect for his life.