Meganloughney
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Hello,
For my essay i have the exam question -
Kantian ethics is the most sutible approach to business?
I have written a couple of paras but really out of ideas!
was wondering if anyone could help me out!
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Well I suppose Kantian Ethics would apply to benefit businesses due to the categorical imperitave, more so the rules on not using an Individual as a means to an end. In a business sense this would mean seeing employees as more than just workers to make the owner money.
And secondly the Principle of Universality would assert that any rule or practice that one company puts into place (e.g. tighter safety checks) should be beneficial if all companies did so, thus in theory Kantian Ethics can work to reduce businesses taking the piss morally both for workers safety and overall business practice
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It'd also have to inform how you interact with consumers, viz not exploiting their spending power and using them merely as means.
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