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Unformatted text preview: need to know if the principle for the act can be applied to all. 3. What is the role of consequences in moral reasoning? The role of consequences is to evaluate whether an action is purely objective (without self-interest) and universal so that we may know if the act is moral or not. 4. What gives an act moral worth? It the act is done to obey or fulfill the duty implied from the categorical imperative. That is, you do the act without regard for consequences to oneself, but to all equally....
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