Motivation and obedience
February 23, 2018
Today, in “Ethics in Life” we took a look at two of Immanuel Kant’s Categorical Imperatives. Don’t you love the way we name things? I once called a sermon “The quadrapedic polemic” because its four points gave it solid footing. But I digress. Immanuel Kant believed that two guides to living would fit almost any decision in any situation.
First, one should only choose the course of action that would make a good law for everyone, everywhere, to follow. And second, no one should treat other humans as a means to an end, but as an end unto themselves. Well done, Immanuel.
He then th...
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