what means “science” applied to ethics? does it means empirical science such as biology, physics, etc?

what means “science” applied to ethics? does it means empirical science such as biology, physics, etc?

 

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Ethics, is a branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong and application of science to ethics refers to use of scientific methods based on logic , reasoning , evidence to arrive at a conclusion to decide what is the right action and what is wrong action . The evidence to support the hypothesis is generally expected to be empirical and properly documented in accordance with scientific method such as is applicable to the particular field of enquiry .

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