Using Immanuel Kant’s first version of the “categorical imperative,” explain in detail why cheating in an examination would be con

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Using Immanuel Kant’s first version of the “categorical imperative,” explain in detail why cheating in an examination would be considered a violation of a perfect duty. First, begin by explaining the meaning of a categorical imperative as opposed to a hypothetical imperative. Second, discuss why Kant regards the categorical imperative as a “good without qualification.” Third, state and explain Kant’s first formulation of the categorical imperative. Next, briefly discuss the distinction between perfect duty and imperfect duty in Kant’s formulation. Finally, provide a detailed account of the Kantian moral test (using the first formulation of the categorical imperative) to show why cheating in an examination would constitute a violation of a perfect duty.

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Valentina 10 months 2021-07-07T15:42:33+00:00 1 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-07-07T15:44:16+00:00

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