helloI am having trouble answering this question "Kant distinguishes between actions motivated by inclination and actions motivated by respect for moral law (Kant's term the universal principles of morality)briefly explain what Kant means by this distinction, and illustrate with two examples.
2.)use two examples of your own to illustrate and explain Kant's distinction between "conditional" and "unconditional" intrinsic goodness.
3.)Explain and illustrate (with two examples of your own) Hume's distinction between "calm" and "violent" passions. Why does Hume posit this distinction.
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