Kant's imperatives

Kant's imperatives - Imperatives Categorical Hypothetical...

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Imperatives Categorical Hypothetical Apodictical Problematical Assertorical Practical principles or commands Practical principles, or rules Practical principles or (laws) of morality or moral of skill , or technical counsels of prudence or (belonging to free conduct as (belonging to art) imperative pragmatic (belonging to such, i.e. moral ) imperative (e.g., Mill) welfare) imperative (e.g., Aristotle) Apodictical Practical Principles tell you what you are doing when you are in fact being moral (acting morally). Assertorical Practical Principles tell you what you are to do if, things being what they are, you want to
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ENGL 1302-08 taught by Professor Campbell during the Fall '08 term at Trinity U.

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