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are laws and regulations the problem or the solution in addressing ethical problems? what is the alternative? explain your answer in 200 words or more

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    Moses addressed ethical problems in the Ten Commandments.

    What do you think about this modern question?

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    sure

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    Only 199 words to go. <g>

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