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Unformatted text preview: b.ii) These steps will be put to the test from everyday college choices. c) Transition= Now lets see Kants formula on what to determine whats right and wrong Body 2) Use a source says, if you are in a situation you must pick out a maxim or an action a) Then you use that maxim and put it as a universal law b) And in a hypothetical situation you would live in a world were everyone does the same maxim c) It this action is irrational or mainly if it contradicts anything than t is a wrong decision c.i) Perfect duty c.ii) Imperfect duty d) Second and third formula 3) Transition= to help you grasp his concept I will use examples college students have to face Conclusion 4) Transition= inconclusion if you are ever in a situation in ere you dont know what is right and wrong you may use the categorical imperative a)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course BIS 190 taught by Professor Gladson during the Spring '12 term at MO St. Louis.
- Spring '12