Kantian ethics is a moral philosophy named after the philosopher Immanuel Kant. Kantian ethics is also known as Kantianism. Kant was a German philosopher.
A logical fallacy that leverages the authority status of a personality to reject or accept a claim as true or false is known as an appeal to authority. Three variables must be present in an appeal to authority for the error to be legitimate. They are information, authority, and dismissal or acceptance.