Kantian Moral Theory

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Kantian Moral Theory Tuesday, January 24, 2012 2:09 PM PG. 16,17 U. H. Brief summary of illlustration (formula) H. and U. A. Says don't use human beings merely as means, other people are not your toys or meant to be exploited When applying these principles, keep in mind that everyone is vulnerable We don't know the future or the consequences of what we are going to do to a certain point Difference between justice and beneficence. .. Beneficence is selective, and justice should be for everyone How might an institution do something unjust that contributes to world hunger ? Malthuiasian The will is nothing but practical reason What makes an act right or wrong isn't just you doing it, but if everyone did it at once. If the world was that way and if all rational agents are equal could it be university acceptable Maxim: don't something in a certain context for a certain motivation or purpose Kant was a bit worried about religious practices that did not confirm every human being
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