Ethical Dilemmas/Criminal Justice

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Which statement is NOT consistent with Ethical Formalism?
a. Moral law is self-imposed
b. Moral actions are determined by reason
c. lying is never justified
d. individuals cannot control the consequences of their decisions.

I believe it is D

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