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Deontological, Absolute, Objective. This mean Kant only ever looks at the ACTION of an act NOT
its consequence. Kant's Ethics are A PRIORI because he believed we should understand all of this
through OUR REASON.

Deontological ethical theories are concerned with what our duty is; Kant believed it…

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The categorical imperative is when we do X for the sake of X - this links back to Kant's belief in we
OUGHT to do an action and so we SHOULD do that action. For example, being someone's friend
because they are a nice person. This is known as treating…


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