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de·on·tol·o·gy (d n-t l -j ). n. Ethical theory concerned with duties and rights.

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What is Deontology?, Part One: Orthodox Views Gerald F. Gaus
consequentialism, deontology is more often attacked or defended than analyzed.
Agent-Relativity and Deontology
Thomas Nagel, "Agent-Relativity and Deontology," The View From Nowhere: New York: collect under the general, ugly, and familiar heading of deontology.
Deontology and the Demon Thanksgiving Version
Deontology and Descartes' Demon. Brian Weatherson, Cornell University. January 2007.
Kantian Deontology
Kantian Deontology. I.

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Utilitarians Are Logical—and Sociopathic?
The study, the authors hasten to add, does not resolve the longstanding debate between utilitarianism and deontology.
Truyền thống dạy y đức ở Đại học Y Hà Nội
Tuy nhiên, có một môn được dạy: môn Quy Chế Hành Nghề (Deontology), vừa lý thuyết, vừa thực hành.

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Deontological ethics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Deontological Ethics (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Nov 21, 2007 The word deontology derives from the Greek words for duty (deon) and science ( or study) of (logos).
Notes on Deontology
Deontology and Ethics: What is Deontology, Deontological Ethics
Deontological moral systems are characterized by a focus upon adherence to independent moral rules or duties.
Principles and Theories

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