||The Categorical and Hypothetical Imperatives are mostly associated with Immanuel Kant, a German philosopher, who used the imperatives as the core of his ethical theory. The Categorical Imperative is the one most known which contains a fixed set of rules to promote good moral actions which also can be turned into universal law. A law, everyone should go by because it is one’s moral duty to do so. The Hypothetical Imperative is more based on the possibility of doing the right thing which leaves it open for negotiations of making the right choice. Hypothetical means, it is a suggestion to follow it or not. Most of the time, one follows the right way and makes a good moral choice in the end.