B. Both immoral and amoral are antonyms of moral.What is the difference in meaning= Immoral is literally translated asnot moral, unmoral or non-moral but in a way, that purposely violating accepted rules ofright and wrong or deliberately against moral. Moreover,it can mean being wicked or evil For example,when you say that someone is immoral it meansthat the person does a lot of things that are not morally acceptable. He doesthings that are positively wrong. Moreover, he has a conscience which mean he continues to do things which he knows itis wrong and should not done it such as, stealing car,cheating exam. Thisword has more of a negative meaning than amoral because amoralmeans neither moral nor immoral or lackinga moral sense or a conscience;don’t know whatis wrong and what is right, notaware the difference between right and wrong or notconcerned with morals and doesn’t believe in right and wrong or has not accepted the normalrestrictions or the moral standards set by society to which he could bejudged and not influenced by right and wrongbut they’re not necessarily hurting anybody.
This can also include thosewho don’t have the ability to know the rules or set guidelines of moralityFor example, infantscould be said to be amoral sincethey have not yet developed the brain capacity to understand right and wrong. Children who don’t have experience to decidewhat is right or wrong. Some extreme sociopaths are also amoral, since they lack a conscience as a result of acognitive disorder.
To sum up, an immoral person has a sense of right andwrong but fails to live up to those moral standards so immoral things are bad. In contrast,an amoral person has no sense of right and wrong and doesn’t recognize anymoral standard so amoral things are eitherneutral from a moral perspective or simply removed from moral considerations.