Morality in Law: A Socio-Legal Analysis

  • Sakshi
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    Ph.D Research Scholar at Department of Laws, Central University of Haryana, Haryana, India

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The relationship between law and morality has been hotly debated since the resurgence of the scientific study of jurisprudence, but the issue has not yet been resolved and possibly never will be. A man's entire life cannot be governed by the law. The same can be said for morals or ethics. It is stated that morality deals with a person's inner conscience, whereas law deals with their outward conduct. Generally speaking, the goal of law is to have people submit to organise societies will. Society is a dynamic concept. The Requirements of society have changed with the passage of time. Therefore we need to amend the laws. So, in this paper researcher has tried to find out the possible ways to harmonize law and morality. The paper also explains the importance of harmonizing law and morality in the present scenario.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 1505 - 1513


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