Philosophy(PleaseHelp)

Hi, can someone tell me if these 3 multiple choice questions is correct? I'm struggling with these 3 questions and trying to make sure if they are correct.

For Kant, the moral worth of an action lies in:

a. The predicted effects of that action.
b. The intended effects of that action.
c. The impulses of the person who performs it.
d. The will of the person who performs it.

The answer I choose is B.

According to Mill, the pleasures of the intellect have ___________ the pleasures of the senses.

a. No value compared to.
b. The same value as.
c. Less value than.
d. A higher value than.

The answer I choose is C.

Le Guins The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas shows that utilitarianism fails to adequately value the happiness of the _______ relative to the happiness of the _________.

a. Strong, weak.
b. Group, individual.
c. Weak, strong.
d. Individual, group.

The answer I choose is A.

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asked by Monte
  1. Please read:
    http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/kant-moral/
    and
    http://www.iep.utm.edu/milljs/

    I agree with your answer for 3.

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