Immanuel Kantian Fairness: Categorical Imperative

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How I Make Decisions Doubt-Avoidance - Munger Bias 4 This week lessons I’ve learned how to manage doubt-avoidance. When I was younger, If I have a problem my tendency is to look for the answer immediately and keep stressing myself, over analyzing things to the last details even though it was out of my control it causes anxiety, pressure, and stress to my health. This was the unsure decision that I try to quickly resolve without thinking the consequences up front. Kantian Fairness – Categorical Imperative – Munger Bias 7 Another knowledge I gain for this week lessons is the meaning of Kantian Fairness or the categorical imperative. Immanuel Kant has the concept of finding the core answer of a certain category. To look for the equation to move forward when you are involved or part of a project. It requires applying the concept of the categorical imperative. Moreover, Immanuel Kant moral theory would be actions are morally right in virtue of your motives that derive from a person’s needs or from his/her inclination. For example, right action is defined as morally precise to those individual with…show more content…
This is part of his twelve five cognitive biases he discussed. Personally, I learned this in the U.S. the culture here is totally different reciprocation tendency is common for example, I met someone here in San Francisco and we became very close friends. He always asks me and few other friends to hang for a happy hour dinner get together, as soon as we finish our dinner he would insist on paying most of the bills and would say next time you guys will get the check when we go out. I found this as a good thing to reciprocate with a friend to return a favor. I think it has a great value of building a friendship. However, I would not use this bias when it comes to doing business because it could lead to an unhealthy business

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