Immanuel Kant Ethical Theories
Immanuel Kant's ethical theories are built on the premise of duty and moral standards. It is the duty of an individual to exhibit good morals and behave according to the expectations of the society. Kant's theory further distinguishes between what is good and bad (Timmermann, 2007, p. 167). Individuals have the decision to make choices that are good to uphold the moral standards. Another important concept in the Kant's theory is based on the goodwill of an individual. This is what makes an individual make a decision that is good or bad. The consequence of an act is not brought into perspective, but the will or the motive behind the action is what matters. This theory can therefore be applied in the modern policing practices to ensure that police officers...
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