Kant and Mill's Theories

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He considers respect for persons (a.k.a the Kantian respect) to be the fundamental moral principle of ethical philosophy. His Kantianism premise is a deontological (rights and duties) moral theory which claims that the right action in any given situation is determined by the categorical imperative, which he calls the Supreme Principle...
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This imperative is a command that applies to all rational beings independent of their desires. It is a command that reason tells us to follow no matter what (P.31)." Kant considers this an objective law of reason and because it applies to all of us, he calls it a universal practical law for all rational beings...
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