notes from 2/8/13
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what you do in your action, that nature of the action itself, determines its moral status
justifiable irregardless of consequential values; "fundamental"
Kantianism and Contractarianism
"Duty for duty's sake"
an action is morally good only if it is motivated by a recognition that the action is a moral duty, not by the inclination (desire)
Maximum = df
"...the principle according to which the subject does act"
Imperative = df
"the objective principle valid for every rational being....; the principle by which [a rational agent] ought to act
an imperative that "represents the practical action as means to something else that is willed"
an imperative that "represents an action as necessary of itself without reference to another end"....represents moral duty
PHIL 181 Midterm Miller
Philosophy Exam 3
Unit 3 Quizlet
Project Integration Management - Ch. 4
Project Management Process Groups: A Case Study - Ch. 3
Project Management and IT Context - Ch. 2
Introduction to Project Management - Ch. 1
Ethics - deontology