Emmanuel Kant's Ethics

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Philosophy

 

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Mary R

 

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July 5, 2014

 

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Then there is acting according to duty contrary to all inclinations which is the only truly moral act. Kant's moral law is based on this idea of non-contradiction, in order for an act to be good it must be good in itself. "The one thing in the world that is unambiguously good is the good will." The good will is intrinsically good to Kant whether the results of the actions bring a positive outcome...
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This means for example attempting to save someone's life for the pure feeling of duty to this person with no intrinsic goal for you or to use that person as a means. Now even if the person should unfortunately die due to natures plan and you did all you could then the result is negative in the person is now dead but you still preformed a good will...
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