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  • Freedom and Morality in Kant's Ethics

    exploration and argument that seeks a universally binding first principle for morals. Kant presents an essay in which empirical observations...

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  • Kant: Grounding for Metaphysics and Morals

    Ethics 1010-027 4/1/13 Essay Assignment #2 Kant: Grounding for Metaphysics and Morals Immanuel Kant states that the...

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  • Rousseau and Kant on Law

    Kant and Rousseau share many similar viewpoints regarding how laws should be created, but when it comes to the concept of law itself, they...

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  • Kant's Categorical Imperative.

    Immanuel Kant claims that moral judgments must be based on the categorical imperative. He argues for this claim by first exploring the...

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  • Intro DL JSR Chapter11 Kant 1

    Archetypes of Wisdom Douglas J. Soccio Chapter 11 The Universalist: Immanuel Kant Learning Objectives On completion of this chapter, you...

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  • Kant Deontological Theory

    Assignment: Kant Lecturer: Prof: Wamsley Due Date: 23 August 2013 ____________________________________________________________________...

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  • Kant's Categorical Imperative

    Explain the main principles of Kant’s Categorical Imperative. (25) Kant believed that a moral action is made up of duty and good will....

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  • outline and evaluate kants categorical imprative

    Outline and evaluate Kants categorical imperative (25 marks) Kant’s categorical ethics is a deontological theory of ethics, this means that...

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  • Kant's Categorical imperative.

    The constant dilemma that Kant is dealing with in Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals is attempting to find a rational foundation or...

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  • Explain Kant's Categorical Imperative

    normative and secular theory put forward by Immanuel Kant in the 18th century. Kant’s theory was deontological which means that it judges...

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  • What is the Connection between Kant's View on Suicide and his Understanding of the Moral Law?

    Metaphysics of Morals", Kant puts forward the view that suicide is inconsistent with the idea of humanity as an end in itself,...

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  • Media Ethics

    teleological, practical, which means that it should be the action that leads to the realization of the good of the human being as well as the whole. This...

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  • Kant Moral Ethics

    true no matter what the circumstance just like how two plus two will always equal four. According to Kant, our lives should be lived according...

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  • Kant vs Mill

    In the Foundation of the Metaphysics of Morals, the author, Immanuel Kant, tries to form a base by rejecting all ethical theories that are...

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  • Kant paper

    is, tell how to be good, and provide the motivation of why a person should be good. Kant and his ideas of Kantianism represent these three...

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  • Categorical Imperatives

    Essay – Kant Explain Kant’s reasons for using the categorical imperatives. (25 marks) Kant’s moral philosophy is deontological; it rests...

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  • Kant Research

    philosophies fall into two camps:[1] A negative understanding of sexuality, such as from Immanuel Kant, believes that sexuality undermines...

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  • Immanuel Kant's Moral Philsophy and the Place of the Emprical in Ethics

    In his eighty year life, Immanuel Kant never ventured outside of his hometown of Königsberg, Germany. Either he was a man who was not inclined...

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  • The Following Essay Aims To Compare Anc

    Aristotle and Kant - as ancient to modern ethics on virtue and happiness. The following essay aims to compare Ancient versus Modern theories...

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  • Kant Moral Law Theory

    above me and the moral law within me.” – Kant (1788), pp, 193, 259 Immanuel Kant introduced and initiated his ‘moral law theory’...

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