Philosophy

Biography and Background of Immanuel Kant

Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) was born in Konigsberg in what was then known as East Prussia (now Kaliningrad in the former Soviet Union). His parents were poor but devout members of a fundamentalist Protestant sect known as Pietism. Pietists rejected the idea of imposing a church and priests between the individual and God, preferring to rely …

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The Relevance Immanuel Kant’s ‘Categorical Imperatives’ in the Revival of Work Ethics In Workplaces

Without any iota of exaggeration, a critical survey of the extent to which work ethics are applied in workplace will validate the fact that work ethics are either dead or dying. In other words the issue of employee dedication, honesty, integrity, loyalty, fairness, accountability, etc., have not only been neglected but have also become as …

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