Cmpgroup1lecturenotesapr7

Rickia Malone
Lie -> x
Tell the truth -> principles duties, intention
Deontologist care
Utilitarian doesn’t care
Kant says no not helping friend / believes in the death penalty ? Shouldn’t help friend by lying but should help friend by moral ethic / let’s look at rules or duties, follow rules, right thing to do
Kant says categorical imperative<- tells what maxim will be moral rule tells you how to make rules<- maxims ex; of maxim do whatever it takes to get ahead / listen to mother/ tell truth
Kant says use imperative command all the time
Normatively imperative -> hypothetical categoriol <- something that is or isn’t true
Hypothetical categoriol-> if you will (x) (Hypothetical) the do (y)(imperative) xyz <- can’t change
Juga Christian Ethics -> argues that some argument
1 thing we call entirely good (good in itself) ex: medicine taste nasty, but food for health.
Happiness – good life
Greeks highest good – will do the right thing (only thing good only basis to start ethics)/ human beings can’t because we have morality
Gudaimonia- good character
Courage to Kant virtues can be bad if you put them to bad use

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