Domain: deontology.com

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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
To deontologists who seek to shelter under Kant's wing they give small comfort; for if his theory is consistent with one kind of utilitarianism (what kind, ...
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
A reconciliation of Immanuel Kant's meta-physics of morals with utilitarianism.
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
A reconciliation of Immanuel Kant's meta-physics of morals with utilitarianism.
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
A reconciliation of Immanuel Kant's meta-physics of morals with utilitarianism.
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
A reconciliation of Immanuel Kant's meta-physics of morals with utilitarianism.
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
A reconciliation of Immanuel Kant's meta-physics of morals with utilitarianism.
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
I am tempted to say, in the light of the similarity between the views of these utilitarians and Kant, and of the passages we have been discussing, ...
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
I am tempted to say, in the light of the similarity between the views of these utilitarians and Kant, and of the passages we have been discussing, ...
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
A reconciliation of Immanuel Kant's meta-physics of morals with utilitarianism.
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Could Kant have been a utilitarian?
A reconciliation of Immanuel Kant's meta-physics of morals with utilitarianism.
 
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