Judaism does not promote asceticism; we are not monks living on the peak of a mountain away from civilisation. Interpersonal interactions are part of our society and they determine what is truly guiding us and the purity of our heart. Ethics and morality in Judaism is not about civility and avoiding anarchy but we use it to strive to cleanse ourselves of chaotic, unproductive, immoral and base traits in order that it should become who we are and allow us to transcend our own materialistic physicality.
Morality is not just a law but is also a code of practice. It is a thought and a fundamental, but at the same time, it is no less a transgression to commit these crimes. In this category, you will find books pertaining to ethics and morality, both as an ideology and as a law - halacha.