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What makes someone an AUTONOMOUS MORAL AGENT? What are the differences between NORMATIVE and NONNORMATIVE claims?

What makes someone an AUTONOMOUS MORAL AGENT? What are the differences between NORMATIVE and NONNORMATIVE claims?

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Someone can be categorized as an autonomous moral agent when s/he has the capacity to take... View the full answer

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What makes someone an autonomous agent is the ability to make free choices and be a self-determining individual. This means... View the full answer

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