Doctrinas Éticas Normativas: Deontología: Kantismo: Imperativos Hipotéticos
Jaen Hernández, Victor Manuel
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The ethical doctrines are different approaches that try to answer that distinguishes a good from a bad human act. For example, the deontology proposes far to the intentions with which runs a human action to determine their moral character. Emmanuel Kant is the most celebrated DEONTOLOGIST in the World. His proposal is that there are hypothetical and categorical imperatives that are common to all men. We turn to illustrate the nature and impact of hypothetical imperatives. We share the Kant’s expectation that it may in the exercise of his reason, men can get a clear idea of the duties imposed on them by their status as members of a society that aspires to be taken as civilized.