Presentation Summary : Kant’s Philosophy. Autonomous Decisions. Deontology (Deon = Duty) Actions in themselves are right or wrong. Ethical rules should never be broken. Human value
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Presentation Summary : Kant’s Deontological Ethics The Plan What is Deontology? Good Wills and Right Actions The Categorical Imperative Examples and Applications What is “Deontology”?
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Presentation Summary : Kant: Morality based on Reason Alone. Kant’s Argument: 1) There is a purpose for the existence of things - that is the world is ordered and has ultimate principles.
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Presentation Summary : Immanuel Kant Deontology: the Ethics of Duty Law Refers to the rules of conduct that rational beings lay down for themselves in the light of reason.
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Presentation Summary : Introduction to Virtue Ethics, Utilitarianism, and Deontology ... Deontology (Kantianism) Immanuel Kant(1724-804CE) Pure reason reveals some a priori truths ...
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Presentation Summary : Ethical Theory Consequentialism versus Non-consequentialism Consequentialism – Consequences alone determine whether an option is morally correct.
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Presentation Summary : Meta-ethics is concerned with whether there is a ... Kant’s deontology, etc.) Applied Ethics: the application of ethical theories to concrete issues, such as ...
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Presentation Summary : Kant’s Moral Theory Universal law For Kant, the rules derived from the categorical imperative – such as ‘never lie’ and ‘always keep your promise’ – are ...
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Presentation Summary : Utilitarianism, Deontology and Confidentiality Andrew Latus Ethics/Humanities/ ... Kantian Deontology Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) is the most influential deontologist.
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Presentation Summary : Ethics In Security & Networking Issues Purpose of Ethics Policies Establish TRUST, OPENNESS, and INTEGRITY in the environment. PROTECTION of both the firm and the ...
Source : http://www.cs.uofs.edu/~plishka/cmps311/projects2005/CMPSEthics.ppt
Presentation Summary : Kantian Ethics Leadership & Ethics (NAV 4402) 06 FEB 07 SSgt Thomas Buettner “The Laws of Freedom” What does this statement mean to YOU? What does the term LAW imply?
Source : http://blog.lib.umn.edu/couls012/ethics/Kant%20Philo.ppt
Presentation Summary : Deontology The Ethics of Duty Deontology Claims: Moral law is not defined in terms of consequences or whether it promotes some goal as it is in ethical egoism or ...
Source : http://www.oocities.org/thehumanitiesprof/Deontology.ppt
Presentation Summary : Moral Theories: Kantian ethics & Rights-based ethics Chan Chong Fai
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Presentation Summary : KANT’S CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLE ... CONTRACTARIAN DEONTOLOGY John Locke Each individual has inalienable natural rights.
Source : http://www.csus.edu/indiv/e/estenson/Archive/OBE%20117/Lect117_chp2.ppt
Presentation Summary : Deontology – Kant’s version and Ross’s version. ... principles of justice are needed to serve as standards for designing and evaluating social institutions and ...
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Presentation Summary : Deontological Ethics PHI 251 Intro to Ethics
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Presentation Summary : Duty-based ethical theories Deontological theories Kant ... Rule deontology Kant’s categorical imperative Rules that all individuals should be treated as ends ...
Source : http://csis.pace.edu/~wolf/cs312/Ethics%20and%20Ethical%20Theories.ppt
Presentation Summary : Deontology ‘Deontology’ come from the Greed word deontos, which means ‘duty.’ This moral tradition is centered around always doing one’s duty.
Source : http://www.blinn.edu/brazos/humanities/spry/PHIL%201301%20Web%20Material/PowerPoints/Deontology.ppt
Presentation Summary : Kant’s Categorical Imperative and Euthanasia Michael Lacewing firstname.lastname@example.org Deontology Morality is a matter of duty. Whether something is right ...
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