Law

Hare and Kants Point of View

This way individual values his or her morals and is able to perform his worldly duties without any obligation. Kant believes this as the only way to assure oneself of the necessary obligations involved in moral values which upholds a possibility for the individual to work under the pure concept of universality. This gives a sense of belief to the person that some particular action can acquire the strict universality required to explain its unconditional necessity (Lake 2000: 5).

Ethics provides an opportunity to the individual to believe in virtue, that is what Kant believes that ethical universalism supports ethical reasoning that allows the autonomous authority to every individual to adopt the principles based on ethical values to lead a simple but effective life (O’Neill, 2005). There are reasons that help in justifying our inner selves, this way just is done with reasoning, rather than solely maxims that hollow our principles without reasoning.

In order to seek justification for morality for every person in our society, there is a certain criterion reserved as the role model of the moral law. This criterion serves by means of which we can check our inner moral judgements, that is, our judgements to ‘must’ act or ‘must not’ to act in certain ways. Now, how to assume or believe our judgement depends upon the ‘maxim’ of the action what Kant has proposed. That is our ‘right’ judgement can be perceived as a universal law without contradiction, and in order to provide reasoning to believe that our judgement is correct, we feel the need to judge in our inner self the&nbsp.state of being ‘correct’ or . incorrect’ in our moral decisions. If something gets wrong or one feels that some activities cannot be perceived as correct or moral, the best indicator is the inner conscience.&nbsp.

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