Document Type : Research Article
MSc , Farabi Campus University of Tehran, Qmo, Iran
Professor, Farabi Campus University of Tehran, Qmo, Iran
The paper discusses Study of Kant's deontological Ethics in Organization and comparison of it with pillars of worldly ethic in Organization and whether Kant's ethics is compatible with them. Kant's ethics is one of the most deontological theories in which intention and motive of action are basic roles. Kant merely regarded the motive of action of moral rules, respect to them. Kant put forward to distinction moral rules five formulas and if they are successfully compatible with them they will be ethical. They are: formula of universality, formula of general law of nature, formula of to be person as end in itself, formula of autonomy and formula of the kingdom of ends.pillars of worldly ethic which are the principle of honesty, the principle of ownership, the principle of validity and trust, the principle of transparency, the principle of esteem, the principle of fairness, principle of citizenship, and the principle of sensibility, are fully compatible with Kant's moral standards. Hence according to Kant's ethics can be seen as ethical However, if the target of lawmakers and agents of pillars of worldly ethic is merely Respect for the law and not profit for organization. As a result, Kant's deontological Ethics is more compatible than Teleological and Utilitarian ethics with the conditions mentioned.