Ambiguity And Categorical Moral Theory

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When creating a law, we must consider ethics. Laws should be based on what we believe to be right and just; this concept, of course, seems to be very ambiguous—this is because the concept is very ambiguous. Although, at first glance, one may believe the concept to be straightforward, it becomes clear, in cases such as that of Swiss Chem TU, that the application of the concept is largely dependent on an individual’s interpretation of the notion. As a result of these ambiguities, two moral theories arise: the consequentialist moral theory, and the categorical moral theory.

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