Kant v. Mill

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Philosophy

 

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Wanda P

 

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February 15, 2017

 

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University

 

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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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The hypothetical imperative, on the contrary, is a conditional command, which "we have reason to follow if (it) serve(s) some desire of ours (P.31)." For example, if you want X, then you will do Y, whereas with the categorical imperative, X has nothing to do with why you do Y. Kant's categorical imperative is a tri-dynamic statement of philosophical thought...
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