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Deontological is a term derived from the Greek words ‘deon’ which refers to the ‘obligation or… 1 answer below »

Deontological is a term derived from the Greek words ‘deon’ which refers to the ‘obligation or… 1 answer below »

Deontological is a term derived from the Greek words ‘deon’ which refers to the ‘obligation or duty.’ It is the normative, ethical status through which the morality of any action is judged based on the actions to the regulations (Bruce, 2005). The theory of deontology is most commonly contrasted to the theory of consequentialism. Consequentialism refers to the consequence of any conduct which is the ultimate base to judge anything about the appropriateness of that conduct. However, Kant developed a theory of Kantianism where deontology is considered for various reasons. According to Kant, people have to act for duty (deon) in order to act in the appropriate moral way (Eugene, 2006). For instance, in terms of the case study, although the exact production plan of building factory in South Carolina had not yet been finalized however according to the state Pollution Central Authority, there is no problem in building this factory to meet the state pollution la