phil 164-14 - Phil 164 14 10/19/11 I. Read Beauchamp and...

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Phil 164 – 14 10/19/11 I. Read Beauchamp and Childress chapter 2 II. Kant – a person's value doesn't depend on physical beauty, intelligence (any other trait) A. Inanimate objects don't have “comprable” value to humans B. The only thing that has uncomprable value is morality, but wait. Humans have uncomprable value, so what's the deal?! i. So since human's have the capacity to self-legislate, they have the ability to universalize a maxim (policy of action – if I have the end to eat lunch, then I'll go to the cafeteria on campus), therefore they have capacity to wish their will across universal maxims. a) If every human being observed this universal maxim, there wouldn't be any contradiction in the conception or willing of this maxim. That purposed action would be morally permissible. C. Treat someone with moral respect – treat a person, whether yourself or someone else never merely as a means but as an end in itself i. Merely – treat a person without consent a) deception and coercion
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