Ethical Dilemmas History Coursework Research Paper (Coursework Sample)
I WAS REQUESTED BY ONE OF YOUR TOP WRITERS TO HELP COMPLETE THIS ASSIGNMENT FOR HIS CLIENT.
I WAS REQUIRED TO EXPLAIN VARIOUS PHILOSOPHERS POSTULATION ON WHAT ETHICAL DILEMMAS ARE,DRAWING EXPLANATIONS FROM THEIR SCHOOL OF THOUGHT.THEN PROVIDE REAL LIFE ETHICAL DILEMMAS AND REACT TO WHAT EACH OF THE MENTIONED PHILOSOPHERS WOULD SAY WITH RESPECT TO THEIR SCHOOL OF THOUGHT.
HZT4U: Philosophy Questions and Theories
Immanuel Kant’s Overview
The Kant’s school of thought on ethics subscribes to the Deontological ethics. Immanuel Kant is regarded as the exponent of the deontological principles. Kant holds that nothing is good unless it’s goodwill. He views the moral law as a categorical imperative, this means, it is unconditional and through human reason, its contents are established CITATION Dim17 \l 1033 (Dimmock and Fisher). Through deontology Kant avows, the action is rendered morally good for the reason that, some of its characteristics are good, not because the result of the deed is good.
Jeremy Bentham’s Overview
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