On these grounds Dougherty argues that a deontological
theory could contain only agent-neutral rules like DR and thus that deontology can be agent-neutral.
The belonging of individuals to ethnic groups cannot be invoked along with the principles of justice (as stipulated by the deontological
liberalism) to regulate the public space.
theories deny that moral good can be read off from nonmoral goods.
We are then left with consequentialist and deontological
It also identifies a strategy that has the potential to undermine what the field recognizes as the two great rhetorical strengths of the pro-life movement: deontological
language and techniques to privilege <life> over <choice>.
It would be more equitable to all stakeholders to unify this 'ends justify the means' approach with Kant's deontological
approach of being logically consistent.
The initial objective of this study was to determine whether these values, which are controlled by the principle of responsibility, were learned through the professional practice of journalism, or were adopted from the deontological
code for the journalistic profession.
will introduce a new deontological
framework for the analysis of
Tannaitic law is expressed predominantly through deontological
rhetoric, that is, as a system of fixed prohibitions and obligations that define what members of the Jewish community may or may not do.
According to Immanuel Kant's deontological
ethics, people are ends in themselves, so killing innocents is always wrong.
Besides bases and modes of response characteristic of virtue ethics and consequentialism, the Dalai Lama's ethics also contains bases and modes typical of deontological
The titling of the individual works apes the mechanics of 1960s Minimalism: Starting with Deontological
Picture A, 2011, the show concludes with Deontological
Picture A + IX, 2011.