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Unformatted text preview: good produced by individual actions Rule-Utilitarianism avoids judging rightness by specific acts and focuses instead on rules governing categories of acts Kantian Ethics the core of morality consists in following a rational and universally applicable moral rule and doing so solely out of a sense of duty Categorical Imperative a command that applies without exception and regard for particular needs Do this regardless Hypothetical Imperative a command to do something if we want to achieve particular aims If you want good pay, work hard...
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- Fall '07