Kant'S Ethical Behavior

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Philosophy

 

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Jeffrey H

 

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June 5, 2014

 

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University

 

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When they first arrived to the country, most of the American soldiers in Somalia believed in the cause that they were fighting for. They believed that they had the moral responsibility of helping those who could not help themselves. According to Kant’s moral philosophy of Good Will, Moral Worth, and Duty, one only does actions that are deemed to them as Morales 2 morally worthy...
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By this definition then, the soldiers were, at least until this moment, morally correct in their actions. The soldiers will continue to be morally correct in their actions as long as their lives are not in too much danger. Human good-will, it seems, is not without a limit. The very nature of humans, in this case human interests, will make the up-keeping of Good Will, Moral Worth and Duty very difficult; it is here that the moral value of the soldiers fighting in Somalia loss its worth...
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