Analysis of the students ‘action from Kant’s perspective.

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Kant’s theory is illustration of a deontological moral theory and according to this theory, the rightness or wrongness of deeds or actions don’t depend upon their consequences and results.

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Analysis of the students action from Kants perspective.Kants theory is illustration of adeontological moral theory and according to this theory,the rightness or wrongness of deeds or actions dont depend upon their consequencesand results but on whether they fulfill or accomplish the duty or task. It is also To say that something is Kantian perhaps an ethical choice that you made Furthermore Kantians says that there are two questions that one must ask oneself whenever he/she decides to act or perform anything about which he is in doubt that whether that thing will lead him to positive consequences or negative ones.The first question that one must ask himself/herself is that Can I rationally will that everyoneact as I propose to act?If the reply is NO, then her/she must not perform that action.The second question is that. Does my action respect the goals of human beings rather than merely using them for my own purposes?Again, if the answer is no, then one must not proceed for that action [Cliffsnotes.com (2014)].The application of Kants perspective on a given case that is Hacking in Harvard reveals that what stu

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