deontology definition

  • noun:
    • honest concept worried about responsibilities and liberties.
    • The honest study of duties, responsibilities, and rights, with a method emphasizing the rightness or wrongness of actions themselves and never in the goodness or badness associated with consequences of these activities.
    • The technology which pertains to task or moral obligation.
    • The technology of duty; ethics.
    • Ethical principle worried about duties and rights.
    • The ethical research of tasks, obligations, and liberties, with a strategy centering on the rightness or wrongness of activities by themselves and never from the goodness or badness regarding the effects of these activities.
    • The science which relates to task or ethical responsibility.
    • The research of task; ethics.

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