Kant’s Categorical Imperative of Duty (Case Study Sample)
Kant’s famous First Formulation of the Categorical Imperative reads, “Act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law.” Kant taught morality as a matter of following maxims of living that reflect absolute laws. “Universal” is a term that allows for no exceptions, and what is universal applies always and everywhere. Lying, for any reason, is universally wrong. Be sure to listen to the audio simulation in this week's lesson before posting in the response.
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Consider the famous case of the Crazed Murderer. In your town, the Crazed Murderer comes to your door looking for your friend and wanting to kill him. You know that your friend went home to hide. What do you tell the murderer? When he leaves and runs up the street to your friend’s house, what do you do?
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Read/review the following resources for this activity:
Textbook: Chapter 12 (section: "The Ethics of Duty")
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Kant’s Categorical Imperative
Kant’s first formulation of the Categorical Imperative of Duty, states that a person should “act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law.” In other words, it becomes the ethical duty of any leader to never allow himself to be an exception for those rules that he wants his followers to abide by. In the case at hand, a very interesting dilemma places itself. On the one hand, it puts forward the importance of lying in order to save the life of a friend from a murderous person. On the other hand, however, the case also shows the universality of the ethical duty to always be honest regardless of any other fact
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