Kants concept of immorality directly translates from the moral law to

Kants concept of immorality directly translates from

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played a role in discouraging volunteers for donating blood because of the cruel intentions. Kant's concept of immorality directly translates from the moral law to performing an action simple because it's the right thing to do in that moment of time. Kant is someone is firmly believes doing well by people and in this situation he would have reached out to the individuals who were actually willing to help and to donate instead of working to profit off of the underprivileged people in poorer countries. It is unjust to put a price tag on the value of blood. In America, many people donate blood for a probable cause for those are in need of it for their health. I personally have volunteered to donate blood for many years in a row and fathoming the thought of someone pawning off my blood for a higher value makes me sick. 8
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Hoang Donating blood is especially crucial in times of natural disasters, and to limit people trying to attain the blood buy adding a price value to it would be wrong in Kant's perspective. VI. Parable of Sadhu Morgan Stanley named Bowen McCoy went on a hike expedition in the Himalayas where he and his party came across a pilgrim, Sadhu, who was dying from the cold weather. They found Sadhu naked and were near the end of their journey by crossing an obstacle in order to obtain their lifetime opportunity in the Himalayas. McCoy did help Sadhu by clothing him and reached out to others comprised of a Japanese group, a Swiss couple, Sherpa’s and New Zealanders group of people to help. With their collaborative efforts they were able to help him warm up, get clothed and fed him. McCoy faced the challenge of helping Sadhu because his whole group he travelled with would be affected if they did not help a helpless man they came across on their journey. He then questioned how much help was enough to fulfill the good deed. He was able to fulfill his moral obligation or duty and weighed out the positive and negative consequences of his action and they both ended up being positive because of his ability to care. VII. Conclusion Kant’s view of moral obligation helps humans change their perspective before making decisions that can be irrational. He firmly believed in doing good by people and it will promote a better life in the long wrong. The cases I analyzed broke down different stories to help better explain scenarios related to Kantian Deontology. We are humans who expect basic means of respect and that can entail performing and action that is morally good dependent on the intentions prior to making those actions. One should ask what the intentions were, who was involved, what moral rights were violated, those acting on maxims could be universally used, 9
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Hoang and were all parties involved fully aware of what the guidelines were. His perceptions allow us to be more perceptive and understanding of humans in the world for their actions and reasoning. 10
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