What Humans Believe
The human’s desires are based on subconsciously stored values and beliefs about the subjects of episodes that people have defined as important for their needs. Distinct emotions relate to specific subconscious appraisals such as anger resulting from perceived injustice or guilt when induced to violate a moral issue. The amalgam of individuals living in eclectic societies can generally trace their moral structures of their motivation involved with social interests. Sadness that results from loss of a value; pride or joy with the achievement of a moral ideal or important value.
It is generally believed that human thinking is based on the common ground involving a body of standards or principles. The code of conduct for opinions on these principles developed by the influences through the ages of philosophy, religion or culture. The popular ideas of right and wrong that becomes a standard is eventually understood to be universal and often instituted in government laws.
Moral philosophy is involved with studies of abstract issues, and ethics, which studies more concrete systems of moral decision-making – such as the Golden Rule, which states that: “One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself. ASIMS might therefore hope that in treating the supported individual with respect and empathy that the supported individual will treat ASIMS in a way that supports ASIMS in its emotional needs.