Difference Between Categorical Imperative and Ethical Egoism Discussion Questions

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be the same. that all ethics should / 13 PART II. Give full Identification/definition/syllogisms (20 points). On the syllogisms, be sure to write to the subject, indicating you know what the subject is. 1. Altruism 2. Compatibilism is made up of two types: What are they and what are the key words that differentiate them? 3. Give Kant's universal moral maxim letter. a. PART IV–20 points (start here and finish on the back of this sheet). Pen only. The philosophy of Immanuel Kant: Answer every part. Start a new sentence or paragraph with each What do the words "categorical imperative" literally mean? b. What is the major premise of Kant's philosophy? "Every moral action - finish this statement. How is Kant's philosophy different from utilitarianism? d. How does feeling and desire figure into Kant's philosophy? Give 3 of the 4 illustrations of application given in class (and in Kant's essay) to affirm Categorical Imperative. f. How does Categorical imperative differ from Ethical Egoism? g. Why is Kant's philosophy called a Deontological ethic system? 4. Feminine ethics 5. What is a major difference between "ethics” and 'morals”? Part III – syllogisms. You must give both correct form and content. (20 points) 1. Give a modus ponens syllogism to argue for Ethical Egoism. 2. Give a modus ponens syllogism arguing for Kant's system of ethics. 3. Give a modus Tollens syllogism arguing against consequentialism. 4. Give a disjunctive syllogism arguing for ethical objectivism.
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Part II:
1. Altruism: This is when an individual shows no interest or concern about the well-being of
other people. Such people are considered to be selfish and hence do everything in favor
of their interests.
2. Compatibilism: The two types of compatibilism are freewill and determinism. The
approach of determinism provides that every behavior has a cause and hence predictable.
On the other hand, free will approach provides that external and internal forces govern
every individual's conduct that one has no control about. In this way, the keywords that
differentiate these two are the external and internal forces; and behavior.
3. Kant's universal moral maxim provides that goodwill is the only intrinsically good thing
and any action can be useful if only its...


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