Immanuel Kant On Morality

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o According to Kant, morality is doing the right thing just because you know it's the right thing. Is that true? o o I believe it is true. Doing the right thing without expecting anything in return is acting freely. If I understood correctly, the goal is to follow a moral standard and always doing the right thing regardless of the consequences. o o Kant imagines a shopkeeeper who does not overcharge his customers only because he fears that word of his dishonesty will spread and he'll lose money, Kant thinks there's nothing morally worthy about his action; his honesty is mere prudence, mere selfishness. Do you agree? Why or Why not? o I think the shopkeeper’s actions can be moral even though the final outcome is beneficial for not only
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