Kant ~ Ethics ~ AS/A2

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A posteriori: a statement which is knowable after experience.

A priori: a statement which is knowable without reference to any experience.

Autonomy: self-directed freedom, arriving at moral judgement through reason.

Absolute: a principle that is universally binding.

Absolutism: there is only one correct answer to every moral problem.

Good will: making a moral choice expresses good will.

Duty: a motive for acting in a certain way which shows moral


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