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What is the categorical imperative?

philsophical lingo that means you cannot do something


an ethical rule that says that your decisions should be good enough to serve as a basis for everyone's decisions


a motto that everyone should do good

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    <<Kant's improvement on the golden rule, the Categorical Imperative: Act as you would want all other people to act towards all other people. Act according to the maxim that you would wish all other rational people to follow, as if it were a universal law.>>

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