The Categorical Imperative – Ends and means

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The Categorical Imperative – Ends and means

A good will is one that acts in accordance with rationally-determined duty. No character trait or consequence is good in itself. However, as good is defined in terms of rationality, Kant argued that all rational beings were…

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