BROWNEYEDNURSE13 487 Views
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I'm doing research on the moral & ethical theory of Immanuel Kant.
The primary principle of Kant's ethics, "the duty to act" primary means that it everyone's duty to do what is right just because it is the right thing to do, without any ulterior motive. The outcome of the act, whether it is good or bad has no reflection on whether the person act was right or not, as long as it was done with the right intentions.
Does anyone know how this theory is applied/or it's usefullness in today's healtchare setting?
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