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Ethical Theories For A level Religious Ethics (Religious Studies) part 1


Kant and The Categorical Imperative

Immanuel Kant (17241804) argued that morality is a matter of following absolute
rules rules that admit no exceptions and must be followed, appealing not to
religious considerations but to reason. Kant observed that the…

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use our intuition to know what is the right thing to do ­ or wait for that
`inner light' or the `inner voice' of the Spirit to guide us. Fletcher argues
that such an approach leads to moral anarchy ­ everyone claiming they
have seen the `inner light' or heard…

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