Is it ever right to disobey the law?
In short, if anybody ever has a right to break the law, this cannot be a legal right under the law. It has to be a moral right against the law. And this moral right is not an unlimited right to disobey any law which one regards as unjust.
What is a rule breaker?
Noun. rulebreaker (plural rulebreakers) One who breaks a rule.
What is rule breaking?
rulebreaking (uncountable) The breaking of a rule or rules. His flagrant rulebreaking earned him a demotion.
Why does it feel good to break the rules?
For starters, people break rules because it is rewarding, in two ways. A cheater’s high comes first. Often, cheaters and rule-breakers don’t feel guilty and remorseful. The second reward, they found, was that in breaking a rule, rule-breakers feel a sense of freedom.
What do you call a person who breaks the rules?
One that offends, especially one that breaks a public law. Insubordinate, as a noun, also: n. a person who is [not submitting to authority; disobedient].
What do you call someone who breaks their own rules?
Why do we need rule?
Rules are established to protect the weaker class in the society since they are at a disadvantage if such regulations are broken. When rules are properly set and followed, they provide a stable environment and human co-existence in a community, resulting in peace and order.