Kantian Ethics

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  • Created on: 25-03-13 16:54
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  • Kantian Ethics
    • Kant's philosophy
      • Deontological
        • Act's claim to being right or wrong is independent of the consequences of that actions
      • Rationalist
        • Kant was in the middle of these two
      • Teleological
        • Judgements on the outcome of actions
      • Empiricists
        • Kant was in the middle of these two
      • Priori Synthetic
    • Duty
      • Do good because it is your duty not because you want to
    • Postulates of practical reason
      • Freedom
      • God
      • Immortality
    • Categorical Imperative
      • Treat humans as ends not merely as means
      • Universal Law
      • A kingdom of ends




I like how it's a brief overview - it's clear. Though it would be helpful if you could make a link explaining "Postulates of practical reason", I don't know what you mean by this. Also, the same for "Priori Synthetic" - isn't it meant to be "A priori Synthetic" and it would help to have a green box like the others briefly explaing this. :) 

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