The formation of human morality and his affirmation as a morally free being, which fulfills acts in full knowledge of the cause, is considered to be one of the various expressions of human formation and affirmation, one of the complex modalities of the human being in general. Thus a conception of man must not only encompass what it is, but also what it can be or become, along with what it must be. The ethical subject, by its acts, principles and norms determines the materialization. The moral norms and the values that subscribe to them, ultimately concern the concrete action, respectively the moral deed. Moral principles and norms create a model of ideal, general and impersonal behavior. (Hum? 1981, 94,137).