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According to Immanuel Kant, goodwill is “good without qualification” as such an absolute good in itself, universally good in every instance and never merely as good to some yet further end. He argued that all those things which people call “good”, for example, intelligence, wit, judgement, courage, resolution, power and even happiness itself, can become extremely bad if the will which is to make use of them is not good. Kant also stated that we do our moral duty when our motive is determined by a principle

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