Transcendence and Morality

What is man, by what features man differs from other living things and does life have any meaning, such questions and problems require an ethical and metaphysical approach. Human beings are not just a living species, although they are in and a part of nature. Man is not an entity that can be explained and consumed by physical and biological facts. Because the human being is a value asset that can think and imagine beyond, despite being surrounded and registered with facts. Human beings are the only living beings that seek meaning, attribute meaning, need meaning. Therefore, all of their actions either originate from a value or tend to realize a value. To act for value means to be a moral being. Morality is not being content with fact and doing what should be. Moral personality is formed in the way of t