According to Kant a Actions are right if they satisfy self interest b People

According to kant a actions are right if they satisfy

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77. According to Kant a. Actions are right if they satisfy self interest.b. People ought to sometimes do what not in their own self interest but in the interest of others.c. what one person deserves should be determined by balancing his or her claims against competing claims of others.d. Any sort of ethical claim is nothing more than an exclamatory or expressive function of an agent’s feelings.e. Some actions are obligatory irrespective of the pleasant or painful consequences produced by them.f. The idea of an agreement or bargain is the origin of moral norms.g. ethics is related to the development of an agents character.h. there are no prima facie duties.i. the most important thing is creating and maintaining intimate relationships.j. corrective actions or punishments should be meted out to redress criminal wrongs.k. None of the above. Definitions (define each of the following terms, You should be prepared to do this for all the terms we’ve discussed – there will be at least 10 on the test).78. Prima facie duty79. Principle of Utility80. Kant’s Categorical Imperative81. Caring/Cared for relationship
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82. Greatest Happiness Principle 83. Give an example of a positive right84. Give an example of a negative right85. The T. V. Test
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