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 "...
Duty-based, or deontological, ethics hold that only actions performed out of (or
from) duty have moral or ethical worth. Such actions are contrasted with those ...
The term deontology comes from the Greek word deon, meaning duty. The theory
of deontology states we are morally obligated to act in accordance with a ...
It is sometimes described as "duty-based" or "obligation-based" ethics, because
Deontologists believe that ethical rules bind people to their duty. The term ...
Nov 21, 2007 ... Deontological Theories and Metaethics; Bibliography; Academic Tools ..... These
theories are rights-based rather than duty-based; and some ...
Deontological (or "duty-based") Ethics 1. The chief characteristic of deontological
theories is: (moral) right (one's duty, how one should act) is defined ...
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,.
Duty theories base morality on specific, foundational principles of ... A second
duty-based approach to ethics is rights theory.
Kant's Duty Ethics. by Dr. Jan Garrett. Last revised: October 2, 2006. For a very
substantial internet resource center on Kant, see Kant on the Web. For the text ...