According To Kant's Happiness Is An Ultimate, Unconditional Good

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According to Kant being filled with happiness and having the characteristic on being good are two different things. “Happiness can even be reduced to less than nothing”, but an achievement happiness is always conditioned. “Kant claims that a good will is an ultimate, unconditional good. Unconditional good is a good no matter how it was a achieved in a right way or wrong way, when to a ultimate good, is basically pleasure; is good regardless however the good was achieved. Kant believes that the action of duty has moral worth and if we were to avoid the doubt and have the lack of belief of our ethics, it must be rational based, unconditional. The good will in the act of duty is “good with-in itself”. Kant describes ethics as action as any sort …show more content…
It is for our soul to have life and for it to be filled with happiness. It’s an active life that has it with rational principals. Going back to Kant, and him talking about good will, to me basically with having good will I could be laying down and not doing anything, but to contain me still having good will. Kant went logically wrong about his view on good because to him, the human well-being “happiness are two different independent point of views. Kant’s ethical goal is about following the principals, he believed there was a supreme principal for morality and referred it to the categorical Imperative, which were imperative, hypothetical, and categorical imperatives. They were based on reasoning. Imperative, would have to be if you were hitting me I would have to have a command. “Stop hitting me”. Hypothetical is a command from having a desire to do so. If you were wanting to become a doctor, set yourself a goal and go to medical school. As for categorical, for you to do something against your will by having an urge to do so; wanting to steal a pair of shoes from a store because of the interest you have towards them, even though by stealing it would make you satisfied, but by rethinking you end up not stealing. While to Aristotle he states for every reason there is a desire, we have a proper function to use and that for every function there is an action that goes into it. Having it be said …show more content…
It ask question like what is morality or why should I have morals. With the meaning of life, it come down to having the right thoughts on what you’re doing in such way to have you think it’s the correct way. The meaning of life is finding the god with in you to make it possible to have the right idea of selecting your right or wrong doings. The good that I believe is proper is what as a human we hold inside ourselves. Our actions and functions as human make us unique. What I believe is true for you; what I believe is true for me. When talking about relativism is never an absolutely right or wrong. It’s basically an object you can’t prove unless it shows the rightness or wrongness. Live love life, the reason why we are here, the reason why we have the possession of life is to take our emotions and action and let them sync into command. “I like this”, “I want

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