The Principles Of Beneficence In Utilitarianism By John Kant

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Register to read the introduction… That principle of beneficence: The greatest possible balance of beneficial can lead to the action of right or bad. However Kant notoriously rejects the utilitarian understanding of a supreme principle of beneficence, but he still find a vital place in the moral life for beneficence. He seek universally valid principles of duty, and beneficence is one such principle. Kant argues that “everyone has a duty to be beneficence, i.e. to be helpful to others according to one’s means, and without hoping for any form of personal gain …show more content…
In this parable, robbers have beaten and left half-dead a man traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho. A Samaritan tends to his wounds and cares for him at an inn. The Samaritan’s action are clearly beneficence but it is right in ethically way? Samaritan is doing a right to help the robbers but the robber may not appreciate what he done for him. Because of the Samaritan action would the robber repentance what he done before and not robs again?
The saints always play an important role in the beneficence, they are always carrying out the acts of charity. Their behavior is not just one or two times but is always been continue because they think that this is their responsibility. Some people in order to benefit other, they sacrifice themselves, such people we call them heroes. They believe that the continuum of beneficence is their duty, and this also is their

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