Criminal law ethics

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The Categorical Imperative variation, "Act so as to treat humanity, whether in your own person or that of any other, as an end and never as a means only" entails a key component of Kant's moral philosophy that all human being have:

A. intrinsic worth or dignity
B. soul
C. integrity
D. the right to liberty

I think the answer is D, but not too sure.

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    I disagree.

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    OK. Found the section in text book. I am positive it's A now.

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    I agree.

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