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WGU Ethics III

Ethics of Dignity and Freedom

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Moral Principle must be universalizable (Kant) One can will that everyone act according to it
Consistent with Kant on human autonomy and dignity One should not strive to benefit from one's interaction with others
Consistent with Kant on human autonomy and dignity It is wrong to treat others merely as tools to be used to attain a goal of maximum happiness
Consistent with Kant on human autonomy and dignity People must recognize others' capacity to give or withhold consent
Inconsistent with Kant on human autonomy and dignity Respect for human dignity requires people to act to maximize their pleasure and minimize their pain
Inconsistent with Kant on human autonomy and dignity True autonomy results from acting according to desires, without regard to moral permissability
Created by: emartin