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Reading questions for Kant, “The Categorical Imperative” -According to Kant, there is only one thing that can be called good ‘without limitation’. What is it? -What does it mean to say that something is good ‘without limitation’? -What does it mean to say that an act is done ‘from duty’?
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Unformatted text preview: How does this differ from other kinds of acts? -What is the difference between categorical and hypothetical imperatives? -What, according to Kant, is the Categorical Imperative that should guide our moral decisions?...
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