The Social Contract Theory of Morality

The Social Contract Theory of Morality is a contract based on a mutual agreement that two or more people have come to an agreement on. By these individuals involved in the contract they are simple agreeing to abide by the contract being that they have come to a mutual understanding. Example: An example of this I would say is a Lawyer and the lawyer’s client. The lawyer and the client agree that whatever is said between the two will remain between the two. Another example of this would be a therapist and the therapist client. The therapist has vowed to the client that anything that individual speaks about will remain that room.