Human Nature-History-Honesty Norms of Scientific Ethics

Dan LIN

Abstract


The responsibility of science organization is not only expanding the correct knowledge, but also towards the goal that trying to gain greater benefits for human being. So, in different situation, it can constitute the different understanding and evaluation of scientific activities. Scientific ethics norms include human nature, history, honesty, etc., they constitute a tetrahedron. But in the real scientific activities it is not always like that, the tetrahedron changes with the specific conditions.

Keywords


Scientific ethics norms; Human nature; History; Honesty

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020140602.Z022

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