Kantanian Ethics

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Kant presented a (...) argument
deontological (duty)
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Kant believed that with moral statements, you can know something without experiencing it, but can verify it through experience. This is called:
Priori synthetic
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Kant believed that nothing could be said to be good except a (...)
good will
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Good Will Quote
Nothing in the world—indeed nothing even beyond the world—can possibly be conceived which could be called good without qualification except a good will (Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals, 1785)
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Something is only good when someone - (
carries out their duty to do it
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Kant believed that moral actions were (A...)
Absolute ( unchangeable) had to be carried out at all times
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Kant believed moral actions cannot be h... because they lead to things becoming too subjective
hypothetical
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Kant's three formulations of the categorical imperative:
universality, Ends in themselves, and kingdom of Ends
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The summum bonum is :
he place where our happiness and our virtue (good actions through doing our duty) come together
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Kant believed that with moral statements, you can know something without experiencing it, but can verify it through experience. This is called:

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Priori synthetic

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Kant believed that nothing could be said to be good except a (...)

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Good Will Quote

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Something is only good when someone - (

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