After reading Kant’s Good Will, Duty, and the Categorical Imperative answer the following questions:
- Why does Kant say that the good will is good without qualification?
- How does Kant distinguish between hypothetical and categorical imperatives?
- What kind of imperatives do “prudential” imperatives impose? Do you agree?
- How does our autonomy make it possible for us to “participate” in the giving of universal law?
- For Kant, animals are not ends in themselves because they cannot reason. So, says Kant, they have no moral rights. Does this seem right to you? Why or why not?
Post your thoughts on all the above questions.
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