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Creating the Kingdom of Ends
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Christine M. Korsgaard: Creating the Kingdom of Ends
Kant introduced the concept in his Groundwork of the Metaphysic of Morals The thought experiment proposes a world in which all human beings are treated as ends meaning treated as if they and their well-being are the goal , not as mere means to an end for other people. The Kingdom of Ends is a hypothetical state of existence that is derived from Kant's categorical imperative. A Kingdom of Ends is composed entirely of rational beings, whom Kant defines as those capable of moral deliberation though his definition expands in other areas who must choose to act by laws that imply an absolute necessity. It is from this point of view that they must judge themselves and their actions.
Kingdom of Ends
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