Kantian Ethics — An Introduction

Imagine a serial killer, say, Ted Bundy, he is charming, fit, good looking, some say attractive. People trusted him, so much so that he was able to convince many victims to go along with him wherever he wanted to take them. Many of Ted Bundy’s traits could be reasonably called virtues — at least in the Aristotelian sense. Aristotle said that virtues were character traits that were in the middle between two extremes. Some of the…