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Your answers to each of these questions should be at least one paragraph (6-7 sentences) long, and it should show some thoughtful consideration regarding the matters raised in the questions. Your total set of answers to these questions needs to be at least 200 words. Also, when you reply to these questions, be sure to insert the letter for each question next to your answer corresponding to that question.

You will also need to reply to at least two students. When you reply to another student, you do not need to reply to that student’s answers to every single question for this week. You can just pick their reply to one question and reply to their answer to that question. Your replies to other students should be at least 100 words long each.

A. One central element to Kant’s thinking about ethics is the principle of universalizability. Explain this principle in your own words. End by explaining if you agree with it – why or why not?

B. Another central element to Kant’s thinking about ethics is the principle of respect for persons. Explain this principle in your own words. End by explaining if you agree with it – why or why not?

C. One of the things that we will be doing each week is discussing some cases from our text Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues. Look at Case 20 on page 121. After looking at this case, answer this question about it. Do you think it was morally acceptable for Sally to not keep her promise in this case? Why or why not?

D. One of the things that we will be doing each week is discussing some cases from our text Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues. Look at Case 15 on page 96. After looking at this case, answer this question about it. How does Kant’s principle of respect for persons apply to this case?

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