Absolute Moral Duty In Kant's Argument

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In closing, Kant makes for a wide range on what can be termed as an absolute moral duty, with his argument of the principle of universalizability and the principle of humanity. Kant argument shows that I should do things whether I want to do so or not. “With the results [being] that if [I] ignore or disobey them, [I] [am] acting contrary to reason (i.e. irrationally),” (FE, 168). Being a rational being is something that human beings are able to achieve. With Kant argument, we can only determine if an action is right or wrong once we know its maxim. Due this it creates many possible maxims that could happen, because everyone makes up their own maxims. In order for an action to be absolutely ban, we would have “to be sure in advance that, of

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