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The Concept of Moral Duty of Thingaza Saradaw
- Duty means what a person is obligated or required to do. Duty may be moral, legal, parental, occupational, etc., depending on their foundations or grounds. In ethics, duty is commonly associated with conscience, reason, rightness, moral law and virtue. In this paper Thingaza Sayadaw's view on duty will be examined and discussed. The problem of this paper is to show whether his moral duty is applicable, important and necessary or not in individual life and social life at present age. If one performs these duties, one is morally good. Moreover his moral duty is necessary and advantageous for the development of moral life. So, his moral duty is applicable and important in daily life to improve both individual life and social life.
Pe Aung Than
- Mandalay University of Distance Education Research Journal