If we think about the person who studies for hours this is so unfair for them

If we think about the person who studies for hours

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hundreds of hours studying just got the same grade with a person who cheats on the exam?? If we think about the person who studies for hours, this is so unfair for them, however, the person who cheats on the exam, they are right at some point when they just want to get a good grade. So, consequentialism is using the result to decide their actions are wrong or right. I do not really agree with it in this situation because for me cheating is wrong. Spinozian consequentialism is non-utilitarian (Joppová Michaela Petrufová, 2018, p. 45). I think that this theory is only right when people use it to protect other people rather than themselves. Other than that, I think this is all about selfishness. Moving on to Kant's theory, what Kant thought is the result is not the thing to decide the action is right or wrong. Moral actions are duties which people need to follow the rule of ethics. I think that Kant is right on most of the situation. However, I still think that obey the rule is right
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3 but sometimes, the rules do not convince people to follow it. In some cases, it may cause people problems when they act morally. For example, I have watched a movie named "The Hate U Give". This movie is about how "white police" treat "black people". In the movie, there is one
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