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The word axiology comes from the Greek axios which has a meaning value, and logos which has a meaning of science or theory. So, axiology is a theory of values. The value in question is something that humans have to do various considerations about what is value, or Axiology is a branch of philosophy of science that questions how humans use their knowledge. Discussion of axiology concerns the issue of the value of the use of science. In many ontologies there are many opinions on the definition of intuitive ontology itself.

The axiological aspects of philosophy discusses the issue of values or morals that apply in human life. From axiology, with outlines came two branches of philosophy that discussed aspects of the quality of human life, namely ethics and stetics. Why in philosophy there is a view that says values are very important, because the philosophy is that as philosophy of life teaches the values contained in life that are useful as a controller of human scientific nature. This value theory is the same as religion which guides human life.

The first aspect is descriptive ethics which is a way of describing moral behavior in a broad sense such as: customs, assumptions about good or bad, actions that are allowed or not. This descriptive ethics studies morality found in individuals, cultures or also certain sub-cultures. Therefore, this descriptive ethic does not provide any judgment, it only conveys or explains. This descriptive ethics is more neutral.

The second is normative ethics which bases its establishment on norms. He can question the norms that are accepted by a person or the community more critically. He can also question whether the norm is true or not. Normative ethics has the meaning of systems that are intended to be able to provide guidance or guidance in making a decision regarding good or bad. and the third is also added with metaethical ethics