Moral to the medieval drama, see Morality (theater). It’s called morality to moral or set of beliefs and norms of a particular social group or person who acts as guide for the act (ie, they provide an indication of good or bad, right or wrong “of an action or actions). Morals are the rules or rules that govern the conduct of a human being in relationship with society and himself. The term has a positive effect against the “immoral” (against morality) and “amoral” (not moral). The existence of actions and activities subject to moral evaluation is based on the human being as a subject of voluntary acts. Thus, morality is related to the study of freedom and includes the action of man in all its manifestations. “There are no moral phenomena, only moral interpretation of phenomena” (Friedrich Nietzsche). The word “moral” comes from the Latin word mores, meaning ‘custom’.Moralis (Twelve Tables, developed around 450 BC C. The concepts and beliefs about morality are generalized and codified in a culture or group, and thus serve to regulate the conduct of its members.Compliance with these encodings is also known as morality and civilization depends on the widespread use of morality for its existence. Morale is also identified with the religious principles and values that a community agrees to comply.