hypothetical imperative is binding upon all rational beings.

1. True/False To Kant, two main aspects of a person are reason and inclinations.

2. Of these two aspects (reason and inclinations), which must morality be based upon, according to Kant?

3. To Kant, which of these two aspects (reason and inclinations), can get in the way of morality?

4. To Kant, for an action to be moral it must be ______________ and __________________.

5. (True/False) To Kant, an action is moral if most people would do it.

6. To Kant, what is the only intrinsically valuable thing in the world?

7. In #7, #8, and #9 state three versions of the Categorical Imperative (exactly as Kant states it, or in paraphrase in your own words, in a complete sentence or two).

8. In #7, #8, and #9 state three versions of the Categorical Imperative (exactly as Kant states it, or in paraphrase in your own words, in a complete sentence or two).

9. In #7, #8, and #9 state three versions of the Categorical Imperative (exactly as Kant states it, or in paraphrase in your own words, in a complete sentence or two).

10. According to Kant, we should treat persons as _________ and not as _______________.

11. (True or False)  To Kant, a hypothetical imperative is binding upon all rational beings.

12. (True or False) Kant thought that ethics are grounded in moral law, accessible through the right use of reason.

13. (True or False) To Kant, “to be beneficent where one can is a duty.”

14. (True or False) To Kant, “Rational nature exists as an end in itself.”

15. (True or False) To Kant, freedom of the will must be presupposed.

16. (True or False) To Kant, “Now an action done from duty must wholly exclude the influence of inclination.”

17. (True or False) To Kant, “A good will is good not because of what it performs or effects, not by its aptness for the attainment of some proposed end, but simply by virtue of the volition – that is, it is good in itself.”

18. True/False According to Kant, we ought to do our moral duty for its own sake—not because of the consequences.

19. (True or False) To Kant, a maxim is universalizable if the local legislative rules allow it.

20. (True or False) To Kant, moral knowledge is true a priori.

21. (True or False) To Kant, a grocer who treats his customers fairly to enhance his reputation and business is embodying a good will.

22. (True or False) To Kant, a grocer who treats his customers fairly just because it is the right thing to do is embodying a good will.

23. (True or False) To Kant, helping others to improve one’s reputation is embodying a good will.

24. (True or False) To Kant, helping others just because it is the right thing to do is embodying a good will.

25. (True or False) To Kant, lying is morally okay if it results in positive consequences.

 

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