7. Kant - Routledge

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7.
Kant





Essential terminology



A posteriori



A priori



Absolute



Absolutism



Autonomy



Categorical imperative



Copernican Revolution



Duty



Good will



Hypothetical imperative



Kingdom of Ends



Law



Maxim



Summum bonum



Universalisability







WHAT IS KANT’S THEORY OF ETHICS?




KANT’S COPERNICAN REVOLUTION




KANT’S MORAL THEORY



Freedom



Good will



Hume




Kant




THE HYPOTHETICAL IMPERATIVE




THE CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE


First formulation


Second formulation


Third formulation





THE THREE POSTULATES OF PRACTICAL REASON




STRENGTHS OF KANT’S THEORY OF ETHICS




WEAKNESSES OF KANT’S THEORY OF ETHICS




THE THEORY OF W.D. ROSS




RELIGIOUS ETHICS AND KANTIAN ETHICS




APPLICATION OF KANTIAN ETHICS TO AN
ETHICAL DILEMMA


GENETIC ENGINEERING