Kant vs. Virtue Ethics

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Amanda B

 

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February 1, 2016

 

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With this in mind we need to look at the other key concepts of his theory. With every action we take, we need to consider whether or not we are willing to say that it could be turned into a universal law. This law would then have to apply to everyone and there would be no exceptions. He believes that we should not lie in any circumstance...
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He believes that we should not lie in any circumstance. We need to maintain the no exception policy because it helps with the consistency of this theory. Most of Kant's beliefs are also based on duties to one another, ourselves, etc. We have a strict duty to benefit towards other people. We should strive to promote their welfare or as he says, "respect their rationality...
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