KANT - KANT 1 Which of the following is Kant's statement of...

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KANT 1. Which of the following is Kant's statement of the moral law, known as the  Categorical Imperative? “Act as if the maxim of your action were to become by your will a universal law of nature.”  “So act  that you use humanity, whether in your own person or in the person of any other, always at the  same time as an end, never merely as a means.” 2. How is dignity different from price? Dignity is a value that cannot be measured, compared or exchanged. Price can be. 3. Which of the following does NOT follow from Kant's idea that we must treat  humanity as an end in itself? I may never use humanity as a means to an end in any way, shape or form. 4. What are the TWO ways of failing the test set by the first formulation of the  Categorical Imperative? When I universalize my maxim, it is no longer willable. When I universalize my maxim, it is no 
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KANT - KANT 1 Which of the following is Kant's statement of...

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