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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by cookiecutter, Jul 26, 2007.
That is some seriouslyy irrational reasoning. Moral action =/= profit ????
You're close, but in Kant's opinion, people can derive benefit/profit from what they do; that just shouldn't be their primary objective. This is a huge problem (in my opinion) with Kant's theory, because how can anyone truly know why others do what they do? They can claim altruistic motivations all they want, but if profit is gained, how do we know?
The point is, however, that people can individually succeed based on Kant's reasoning. His philosophy doesn't preclude the subjectivity of its practitioners (or participants). Rather, a person's subjective moral stance must be applicable to all others (the categorical imperative, the possibility that a subjective view can be extended to others); this doesn't deny the subject an existence, but rather relies upon the subject's existence.
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if you want my veiws on religion
How is it possible to not benefit in some way from doing a "moral" deed? I'm not sure what is specifically implied by "spiritual" but I'm assuming it's referring to the personally gratifying feeling of doing a deed for someone. Feeling like it's your "duty" to act morally is self-serving in and of itself since it amplifies your sense of purpose.