What code of ethics do you live by?
What self imposed rules govern you and why?
Silver rule is better to be honest family. It's more realistic and passive and I think thus more achievable.
I don't subscribe to any deontological rules or anything like that at all (Kant was a literal autist) but I also think utilitarianism is retarded.
Virtue ethics master race. Anyone requiring specific moral guidance for general everyday life probably lacks the capability to understand ethics.
whatever I feel is right at the given moment
>What code of ethics do you live by?
None. I generally do what I want and what I want is usually considered good. I haven't studied any codes well enough to go to the effort of adopting them and I don't really see the point.
>What self imposed rules govern you and why?
I try and make myself more productive than I would otherwise be
Ethics is just an unsystematic rationalisation of social instincts and cultural norms, and the most bullshit "discipline" ever created by man.
You don't need to justify your moral behavior for you to follow it, that's just sterile self-justification; if anything, I think doubting it is more useful; only by doubting you can open up perspectives beyond your self-approval.