The science of morality can refer to various types of ethical naturalism that ground morality in the rational, empirical examination of the natural world. Moral science is the study of moral values. It teaches you specific ways and behaviors that you must follow in order to socialize and get along in society and maintain your relationship. It is mostly rules and regulations that demonstrate justice to society. Moral science is the study of what is best for, and how to maximize the flourishing of, specific individuals or all self-aware creatures. Moral science is the study of ethics and values. It impacts critical thinking and assists students in distinguishing between right and wrong. When a person chooses to be right, he demonstrates his moral value, and if his moral code reflects his willingness to do so, it is referred to as ethics.