Deontological ethics or deontology is the normative ethical position that judges
the morality of an action based on the action's adherence to a rule or rules. It is
sometimes described as "...
Deontological (duty-based) ethics are concerned with what people do, not with
the consequences of their actions.
Deontological (or "duty-based") Ethics 1. The chief characteristic of deontological
theories is: (moral) right (one's duty, how one should act) is defined ...
Nov 21, 2007 ... Deontological Theories and Metaethics; Bibliography; Academic Tools ..... These
theories are rights-based rather than duty-based; and some ...
May 20, 2012 ... Duty-based ethics brings a lot of value to the workplace. In organizations like the
U.S. Army, duty consists of a complex package of ideals that ...
Kant: Duty-based Ethics. “There is no possibility of thinking of anything at all in
the world, or even out of it, which can be regarded as good without qualification,.
and DUTIES. Other. Names. Duty-Based. (Deontological) or Rights-Based. Ethics
. Virtue-based Ethics Consequentialist. Ethics. (Utilitarian). Principle-Based.
Mar 15, 2013 ... Therefore, this article will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses on Kant's duty-
based ethics. It will also include suggestions for managers or ...
These are historical "accidents;" any ultimate principle of ethics must transcend
them. ... Kant's theory is an example of a deontological or duty-based ethics : it ...
During this time, a German philosopher named Immanuel Kant developed a
branch of ethics that was solely based upon one's sense of duty to act in the way