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Theory of Ethics
Ethical Theory of Kant
Kant began his career as an astronomer and later delved into moral philosophy. Kant set out to determine existence of a moral law by which all people must live, and abide by. For Kant such a law had to be both universal and categorical and must be "completely a priori in reason".
Kant begins by defining reason. He argues that rational, thinking beings are provided with the faculty of reason and reason is meant to serve as a guide for the will. According to him, reason is meant to guide, in the creation of the good will, a will which can ascerta…
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