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The great philosopher Immanuel Kant has a strategy for making sure our actions are consistent with moral law. It’s called the Categorical Imperative (CI). The moral law (ML) Kant is talking about is universal: A moral law has no exceptions. So the first version of the CI Kant gives us is that the justifications for […]
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