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aisle in front of the candy you bag yourself that is just the right height for little kids to reach. My sister dug in. I asked her if we were supposed to be doing that and she said yes. I then asked her if it was free and she said "of course it's free". So, naturally, I dug in too. Neither one of us were over the age of four. We didn't have the mental capacity to understand that what we were doing was wrong and, therefore, not culpable.In conclusion, we are asked if are people free and responsible for their ethical actions? I
say that people are always responsible for their actions. The real question is if they are always culpable for their actions in which the answer is no.
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