Kantian Society And Ethical Responsibility

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The Kantian society would not agree with my claim because they believe that individuals were supposed to be rational in every situation without having their emotion distract them. They had to choose to act by maxims or the rules that imply an absolute necessity and they are judged by those rules they create. Thus this infers that since the society does not give a role to emotions. They should always strive to carry their ethical responsibility. For example, I will refer back to my previous example about the madman. Interestingly enough, Kant believed that telling a lie was always morally wrong even if a vicious murderer asked me information in order to commit a crime. According to Kant, whatever the consequence and in every case, it is not
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