This chapter argues that the some requirements—the motive of duty impartiality. It shows how the specific duties of self-respect and self-perfection not only protect an agent from personality destruction but also positively promote and enhance integrity, personality enrichment, good personal relationships, and the opportunity for happiness. The chapter discusses the overridingness thesis, thus completing the first part of it defense, it is necessary to introduce Immanuel Kant's doctrine of duties to oneself. Since Kant categorizes all of the duties to oneself as duties of virtue, it is necessary to clarify what he means by virtue. The duty of self-respect is the duty to pursue the obligatory end of one's own perfection. The cultivation of humanity requires the development of all capacities that promote the agent's ability to set ends and to achieve them. Appraisal self-respect is essentially the attitude of positive appraisal a person has of herself in virtue of her achievements, character traits, or degree of integrity.