THE KINGDOM OF ENDS I
The community of rational beings who act under a system of common moral laws Kant calls a kingdom.
Each person must recognize himself as an end in himself and must recognize at the same time that every other person too is an end in himself. This is our duty according to Kant.
Kant says that “all rational beings come under the law that each of them must treat itself and all others never merely as means, but in every case at the same time as ends in themselves.”