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ethical formalism


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Immanuel Kant (1724—1804) German philosopher

 

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The view, especially associated with Kant, that the form of a maxim or principle of action can be constrained sufficiently by consistency considerations to yield substantial ethical directives.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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