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Ethics Check: Can Rules Define Morality Explain the two formulas inside Kant’s Categorical Imperative. 2. What makes the Categorical Imperati


Ethics Check:  Can Rules Define Morality Explain the two formulas inside Kant’s Categorical Imperative. 2. What makes the Categorical Imperati

Part 1: Ethics

Check: 

Can Rules Define Morality – YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zPemOvB9sk&t=761s

1. Explain the two formulas inside Kant’s Categorical Imperative.

2. What makes the Categorical Imperative special?

3. Describe how to apply Kant’s moral philosophy to a moment in your life where you behaved wrong/immoral.

4. How can these two formulas make you realize you behaved wrong?

Part 2: Ethics

Topic: Deontology

Catch the films “Gone Baby Gone” and “Sleepers”. 

Check:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rv-4aUbZxQ  (Michael Sandel’s 3 contrasts)

Kant’s Categorical Imperative

1. A person acts morally if his or her conduct would, without condition, be the “right” conduct for any person in similar circumstances (the “First Maxim”).

2. Conduct is “right” if it treats others as ends in themselves and not as means to an end (the “Second Maxim”).

3. A person acts morally when he or she acts as if his or her conduct was establishing a universal law governing others in similar circumstances (the “Third Maxim”).

1. Apply Kant’s moral philosophy to judge Patrick’s final decision (2 paragraphs)

a. “First Maxim”

b. “Second Maxim”

c. “Third Maxim”

2. Apply Kant’s moral philosophy to judge the final decision for “Sleepers” (2 paragraphs)

a. “First Maxim”

b. “Second Maxim”

c. “Third Maxim”

3. Apply Kant’s moral philosophy to judge the priest’s final decision (2 paragraphs). 

a. “First Maxim”

b. “Second Maxim”

c. “Third Maxim”

4. Apply Michael Sandel’s 3 contrasts for Patrick’s final decision (1 paragraph)

5. Apply Michael Sandel’s 3 contrasts for the final decision for “Sleepers” (1 paragraph).

5. Apply Michael Sandel’s 3 contrasts for the priest’s final decision (1 paragraph).

Example: 

In the case of ” Gone Baby Gone” the philosophical process you will follow in this pap3r should sound as something like this:

1. According to Kant’s first premise Patrick behaved moral because he returned the victim he was hired to find and without condition this is the “right” conduct for any detective in cases of kidnapping (the “First Maxim”). Here Kant speaks of doing the right prior to good.

2. On Kant’s second premise Patrick acted moral because he respected the dignity of Amanda and he treated her as an end in herself and not as means to an end like everyone else was doing in the film (the “Second Maxim”). Here Kant speaks of humans as special creatures and ends in themselves. Humans are ends, not means to an end. Los seres humanos son un fin, no un medio para un fin.

 3. The conclusion is that a detective act morally when he reports a kidnapping to the police and this behavior should establish a universal law governing all detectives in cases of kidnapping (the “Third Maxim”). Here Kant asks us to test the universality of our action. Will it be OK if everyone does what I am about to do?

Part 3: Nursing research

1. Describe an issue at your current place of practice. 

2. How would you submit a research proposal addressing the issue? 

3. Describe a policy/procedure at your workplace that you would like to improve

4. Describe how do you improve this policy/procedure through evidence-based research 

Part 4: Nursing theory

Topic: Barrett’s Theory of Power as Knowing Participation in Change

1. Reflect upon the events that are taking place in healthcare today (Covid-19 Pandemic). 

2. How do you apply Barrett’s Theory to these events

3. What will be the benefits of applying this nursing theory:

a. Patients

b. Health

c. Nurses



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