Immanuel Kant's Definition Of Ethics

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As I was reading about deontology in the book it is my understanding that deontology is an ethical position on what is morally correct and what is not. In the next section the book talks about what Kant thought about moral duties. The book gives different definitions to certain types of duty. Immanuel Kant’s definition of ethics is considered deontological for many reasons. Kant says that to be moral in a right way that people must act from duty. His second justification is that it is not the consequences of actions that make them right or wrong but rather the purposes of the person who follow through with the action. Kant thinks that to act in a morally just way one must act purely for duty starts with an argument that the highest good must

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