Analysis of Directive Ethical Requirements of the Notary's Professional Activity in the Context of the Neuroethical Approach to the Formation of Legal Norms

Nataliya MANOYLO


The article is devoted to the analysis of directive ethical requirements, the content of the professional activity of a notary in the context of the neuroethical approach to the formation of legal norms. In the context of neuroethics, it is determined that values are inherently internal motivations formed by the evolution of natural processes, the essence of which is that everything that received a kind of natural right to appear, has the potential for self-realization. The prospect can be realized if a person feels this evolutionary help and consciously / deliberately makes choice in a way that indicates his or her inner aspirations, not external requirements.

The article determines the factors of formation of the «code of honor» in the professional activity of a notary. Thus, the key aspects of the neuroethical manifestations of determining the internal attainment of morality, the rules of conduct in society during the notarial procedure are identified. The study examines the concept of neuroethics and knowledge of the law as factors in shaping the socio-legal behavior of the notary in social life. The philosophical approach to the formation of the values of the notary requires the application of the basic essence of the dialectical methodology of cognition. The article reveals some aspects of a more dialectical understanding of the principles of independence, legality, objectivity, confidentiality, conscientiousness, and honesty. The analytical and research method was used in the article. Synthetic and analysis methods formed the main results of the study, which show that neuroethics determines the personal normative behavior of the notaries in their professional activities.


Neuroethics, profession, ethics, legality, objectivity, conscientiousness, honesty, independence

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