what are some important differences between Ross's moral theory and Kant's moral theory
In Kant's theory, he states that you should act if you can will that the action will be that of a universal law,. There is more of an emphasis on means and ends. You should not treat others as just a means, and says that we should act as a law-making member of the kingdom of ends. In Ross's theory he gives the 7 prima facies that must be taken into consideration every time a decision is to be made, promotes a sort of pluralism.