Detail how Immanuel Kant developed his ideas and the importance of those ideas to the progress of philosophy and human understanding. Keep in mind that you should be focusing on their philosophy, not simply their biography, although some basic details of their life not related to philosophy may be needed, especially when it involves experiences that influenced their thinking.
Unlike Mill, Kant believed that certain classes of action were unquestionably forbidden, even in cases where such conduct would bring more happiness than the opposite. Kant designs certain questions that individuals must ask themselves whenever they intend to act or refrain from acting. The theory of morality as espoused by Kant is an example of what can be described as deontological-according to which wrongness or rightness of actions do not depend on their consequences but on whether they serve the intended purpose. The mainstay of this paper thus is to analyze the theory according kant and in its perspective.