End of Kant + Sissela Bok on lying

End of Kant + Sissela Bok on lying - Only one truly moral...

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End of Kant + Sissela Bok on Lying Kant Pro’s: Relatively easy Kant gives us a basic list of things we should and shouldn’t do. On the surface, the categorical imperative is relatively easy Decisions are absolute There is no gray area, no exceptions Leaves us latitude in most of our lives Con’s Consequences (especially indirect ones) In Theory , Kant does not care about consequences Conflicts of duties
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Unformatted text preview: Only one truly moral motive Coldness of duty How do we know a persons intentions? Parochialism Is Kant presuming that his Prussian morals are universal across all cultures which everyone should follow? Again, moral schizophrenia What kind of life do you lead if you are constantly battling between what you want to do and what your morals say you should do?...
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