Temporal Lobe - I chose not to include this part of the brain because you can live without it. The temporal lobe controls your hearing. This receives sounds and speech from the ears in order for you to process the information. Even though it is great to hear, you do not have to have this in order to survive.
He is a known for many things, but the most important one is the Kant’s moral theory. In this theory, Kant discusses the goodwill, duty, maxim, and the categorical imperative. Starting with the goodwill: a single moral principle which freely chooses to use the other virtues for moral ends. In other words to act out of a sense of moral obligation or duty. The basis for the ethical law was constructed by the concept of duty.
Kant 's major work, the Critique of Reason aimed to explains the relationship between reason and human experience Introduction Kant based his ethical theory on three pillars this theory was called a "deontological" theory. These three pillars are connected to Kant 's concept of reason. This essay will discuss the role of reason according to Kant and Kant 's requirement that we must respect others and how reason is tied to autonomy. It will firstly explore reason according to Kant and discuss how
On the other hand, a practical aim uses a specific method to come to a conclusion on the moral concern. This theory gives guidance toward the ending conclusion if the action is right or wrong. Practical aim is known as a decision procedure. It is mapping out the way to validate the moral verdict if the action is right or wrong or if the person is good or bad by using reliable agents.
According to Locke moral law is an “obligation”, meaning that rational beings have the obligation to obey these moral laws, however, they have the ability to not obey them. This is shown when he says “Moral good or evil is only conformity or disagreement of our voluntary actions to some law.” (Essay, 2.28.5)
Kreeft states, “Moral rightness is a matter of obedience to cultural values. That it is the right to obey your culture’s values . . . that values differ with cultures.” Due to the effect of changing moral values, one cannot deny the value that another believes to be true. As stated before, the culture that allows people to commit child scarification believes it to be a morally good thing since it serves as a form of faith to God.
Next I will describe the logical flaw with the theory of CDA, followed by one example that, with using the same logic that CDA uses, will show this theory as misleading. Finally I will make clear if the logical defect of CDA proves if the theory is false or not. The General idea of Moral Relativism is that the beliefs and/or activities of an individual, society, etc. are to be understood. As written in James Rachels book Elements of Moral Philosophy, he states, “Different societies have different moral codes”(p. 18) and that “if the moral code of a society says that a certain action is right, then that action is right, at least within that society.
Aristotle believed that moral virtue is the foundation of ethics. Held’s principle of care ethics is based on the belief that caring for others is the proper way to live your life. While the only similarities I can find among the four are that they all have theories of morality, their theories are vastly different. “ Kant views an action as right