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Moral Philosophy Discussion: Doing What We Know is Right

  • Oct 27, 2013 · 4:00 PM
  • Baltimore Ethical Society

Join Hugh Taft-Morales for a fun exploration of four different ethical paradigms from the Western tradition. For our second session we will rely on Immanuel Kant, in particular his reliance on reason in determining right and wrong. We will examine different types of “deontology”– those moral theories of right and wrong that rest on “moral absolutes” that matter regardless of specific circumstance in addition to the more sterile version of Kant’s categorical imperative. Contemporary perspectives, we will discover, might not be as narrowly focused on reason, preferring to emphasize obligation and duty.

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  • Paul

    Hugh's classes always inspires very interesting and thought-provoking discussions. I look forward to the next class.

    October 27, 2013

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