What is the morality of Immanuel Kant?
Kant’s morality is a morality that is based on rationality and logic rather than on tradition or religion.
Kant’s main moral premise can be seen in his categorical imperative. There are two main formulations of this imperative. First, Kant says that a person must always act according to a “maxim” if they can also will that that maxim should be a universal law. In other words,...
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