Ethics: The scene where Betty is sleeping in a coma in her bedroom and people surrounding her where they believe that witchcraft has something to do with it. This scene relates to ethics because they solely believe that witchcraft is the cause of this. They think that dealing with witchcraft is morally wrong, which is why they are not holding back when it comes to their punishments.
Ethics: The scene in question here is the scene where Elizabeth is confronting Proctor about being with Abigail alone. Proctor lied to her, which is a sin, by not telling her that he was alone with her. He started to get furious with Elizabeth, to which she confronts his affair.This is adultery, which goes against their morals.
Ethics: The scene in question here is the one where everyone is inside of the court trying everyone convicted of witchcraft. You have one part where Elizabeth is being trusted whenever she lies about Proctor, because they had told everyone that she never lies no matter what. This relates to ethics because she is being believed for her lies. This also relates due to them being involved in a court trying people for their crimes, justice.