philosophers, they have some type of connection. Along with these two moral philosophies it has its consequences. Mills philosophy does not have many benefits but only to be happy. The problem with his theory is that a person could do whatever they wanted, whenever they wanted and it’s not certain that it’s good or bad. It is possible for something to be the right thing to you to be done from a bad motive. Kant’s philosophy deals with universal law and the rules cannot be bent. In real life everyone will not follow all the rules. If you did not like a person for a certain reason, you would not do anything for them that you would do for your best friend. So the universal law wouldn’t be applied. Therefore, there are downfalls for both philosophies. With both philosophies being analyzed and broken down you see that both are similar but different in a way. Mills theory, Utilitarianism, deals with increasing pleasure for happiness. Along with Kant’s theory about moral duty. The pair of values each philosopher bring have different morals but also similarity when it comes to Christianity. While both idealists have strong beliefs they both had some consequences. Kant’s philosophy was a bit more realistic than John Mill theory by describing a more reality moral.
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