Q11. What is the first formulation of Kant’s categorical imperative? What does it mean?2. Give two examples of the categorical imperative and two examples of the hypothetical imperative by Kant. What is the major difference between Kant’s categorical imperative and hypothetical imperative?3. Use critical thinking, 150 words, and the textbook to support your answers.
Q2THE FIRST FORMULATION OF KANT’S CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE STATES THE FOLLOWING, “ACT ONLY ACCORDING TO THAT MAXIM WHEREBY YOU CAN AT THE SAME TIME WILL THAT IT SHOULD BECOME A UNIVERSAL LAW.” (421, p.30)1. You notice that many students in class are cheating. You are very much interested in your grade, but you do not want to do the same. How will you resolve the problem of class cheating, using the ideas of Kant’s ethics?2. Formulate a maxim (or a subjective principle of volition) of a cheater. For instance, this maxim could be: “I should cheat as long as I am not caught because it gives me good grades.” Can this maxim become a universal moral law? Why/why not?3. What is the most dangerous side effect of cheating, according to you? Why would Kant disapprove cheating?
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