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Advantages and Shortcomings of Kantian Deontology

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Author: Megan Welle
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Identify the intuitiveness, advantages, and shortcomings of Kantian deontology

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Overview

(00:00 - 00:23) Introduction

(00:24 – 01:42) Review

(01:43 – 02:29) Ethics in Action: Intuitive

 (02:30 – 03:25) Ethics in Action II: Counterintuitive

 (03:26 – 04:48) Summary