HW-Kant property - Question 1 1 Kant claims that...

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Question 1 1. Kant claims that intelligible possession: Answer is the same as sensible possession always violates others' rights requires holding the object does not require physical possession of the object 1 points Question 2 1. Which of the following is NOT one of the possible external objects of choice that Kant describes: Answer a corporeal thing external to oneself another's choice to perform a specific deed one's own body another's status in relation to oneself 1 points Question 3 1. Kant claims that: Answer Some external objects of choice cannot belong to anyone. It is possible to have any external object of choice as one's own. External objects of choice can never belong to anyone. It would be better for external objects of choice not to be owned.
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Unformatted text preview: 1 points Question 4 1. Kant claims that: Answer We should think of the land as itself obligated to serve only the person who labors on it. Someone who labors on land acquires a right to it even if he is not the first to claim it. Laboring on an object does not give one title to it. Even if someone acquires land, it takes a separate act to acquire the things on the land. 1 points Question 5 1. Kant claims that the state of nature: Answer is a condition opposed to any kind of society is a condition one should only leave if doing so advances one's interests is a condition that is not rightful is a condition of continuous war...
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