Essay heading: Kant

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March 23, 1999

 

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Since all rational beings have reason, the good rational being is one who obeys a universal moral law. This is to act according to an objective standard which is independent of personal desires and ends. According to Kant, the moral law appears as a command to humans because they do not have a will that is invariably determined by practical reason...
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Although the will of an imperfect rational being has the capacity to act according to rational principles, its reason does not have full control over the inclinations. Kant does think that happiness partly constitutes the highest good, but only when it is in proportion to morality. He asserts that the highest good is a combination of happiness and morality...
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