Kant

Kantian ethics is usually contrasted with utilitarianism, because Kant believed in doing one’s duty according to the moral law, which he derives by practical reason in what he calls the noumenal realm (the realm of abstract ideas). For this reason he is sometimes called a transcendental idealist.

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