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According to Kantianism, a person who takes care of a sick person out of duty is doing the right thing according to Kantianism even if that person

 According to Kantianism, a person who takes care of a sick person out of duty is doing the right thing according to Kantianism even if that person caries out that duty begrudgingly, hating that she has to go through with this. What might a typical virtue ethicist say in response? 

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Kantian ethics are considered a kind of deontological ethics, that means rule based. Other kinds of deontological ethics... View the full answer

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