Kantian Ethics

This quiz highlights the main ethical thoughts in Kantian Ethics and also uses the main terminology you need to memorise when discussing Kantian Ethics in an exam question. 

Kant's Ethics are
Deontelogical
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The Hypothetical Imperative is when
you do X for the sake of Y
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What is the second formulation of the Categorical Imperative?
Always treat people as an end in themselves
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Kant believed humans were the 'higher being' due to the fact we...
Use our reason
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Kant said that our purpose in life was to reach Summon Bonum. What is it?
Ultimate Happiness
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What is the Universalisability of Maxims?
When i act - would it be ok for others to do the same?
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In terms of Criticisms towards Kantian Ethics, does Duty for Dutys sake have any criticisms?
Some people have Conflicting Dutys
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What is the Kingdom of ends?
Everyone must follow The Universalisability of Maxims and to always treat people as an end in themselves in order to make the Kingdom of ends - a successful society
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The Hypothetical Imperative is when

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you do X for the sake of Y

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What is the second formulation of the Categorical Imperative?

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Kant believed humans were the 'higher being' due to the fact we...

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Kant said that our purpose in life was to reach Summon Bonum. What is it?

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Natalia Rnic

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Sorry guys - ive made a mistake on the last question! Ill have it changed as soon as possible. Pardon for the inconvenience. 

Natalia Rnic

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All sorted! 

Molly Richards Siddall

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V. useful, thanks!

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