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Surname 1Student’s NameProfessor’s NameCourseDateKantian EthicsAddressing Grace’s case from a Kantian perspective, it is apparent that following dutiesis what develops the structure for moral acts.The idea is in direct opposition to Bentham'sperspective of the nature of humans as needing an objective calculus and for moral objective tooutcome (Formosa, 2017). Kant opposed the notion of such calculus and assumed thatconceptions were planned into preexisting structures or categories of the mind. A comparison ofhis idea of a purposeful and ordered universe of rules with the same logic or logos of the Greeksduring the past shows that one of those rules involved implementing the categorical imperative tobehave morally, based on one's conscience (Formosa, 2017). Regardless, although thatimperative should be adhered to without exception, not every individual should follow it. InKant’s ethical teachings, people still had free choice to reject or accept it. A moral decision

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