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  1. Deontological ethics is a duty-based ethics, in which certain rules are perpetually adhered to without deviation.
  2. Deontological ethics is an ethics of duty - the duty to act according to reason and not in simple, immediate response to our desires, instincts or emotions. (Web site)
  3. Deontological Ethics is a prominent ethical theory.
  4. Deontological ethics are thus ethics where the reasons for particular duties have been forgotten, even if things have completely changed. (Web site)

Deontological Ethics

  1. Deontological Ethics Deontological Ethics From the Greek deon meaning right or obligation: The rationality of moral obligation. (Web site)
  2. Deontological ethics typically is thought to involve two important elements: prerogatives and constraints.
  3. There are at least three ways to do this, deontological ethics, consequentialism, and virtue ethics. (Web site)
  4. The term comes from the Greek deontos, meaning “duty to obey.” Immanuel Kant is the theorist most often identified with deontological ethics.
  5. Deontological ethics says there is some intrinsic value in certain actions, such as not killing, or truth telling, that requires us to do them. (Web site)


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