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Categorical Imperative and Collegiate Society

Title: The Categorical Imperative and Collegiate Society.
Name(s): Bess-Lima, Zachary, author
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Text
Issuance: serial
Date Issued: 2013
Physical Form: computer
online resource
Extent: 1 online resource
Language(s): English
Abstract/Description: This paper examines Greek Life and recreational drug use as two pillars of the collegiate society where college students are violating the 1st and 3rd formulations of Kant's categorical imperative. This is done by the analysis of the motivations behind such actions as hazing and social interactions in fraternities and sororities, and also how the act of using drugs is using your body as a mere means to achieve pleasure. This paper offers a new perspective to the collegiate landscape and attempts to show how this can possibly be changed. This paper can possibly motivate a reformation of the two pillars and perhaps change the collegiate society for the better.
Identifier: FSU_migr_phi2630-0017 (IID)
Keywords: categorical imperative, Greek Life, drug use, Kant, collegiate society
Note: © 2013, Zachary Bess-Lima
Subject(s): Political ethics
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Owner Institution: FSU
Is Part of Series: Honors Ethical Issues and Life Choices (PHI2630).

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