|Deontology: theories within ethics that are related to the intrinsic nature of actions and do not consider their possible consequences. From this intrinsic nature obligations and prohibitions are derived. Counter position is consequentialism. See also ethics, intrinsic, actions, morals.|
|Geach, Peter T.
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deontic logic / Geach: sentences with "can" are no imperatives - also no information .
Logic Matters Oxford 1972