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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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  1. cat·e·go·ri·cal im·per·a·tive
    [ˈˌkadəˈɡôrəkəl əmˈperədiv]
    NOUN
    philosophy

    (in Kantian ethics) an unconditional moral obligation that is binding in all circumstances and is not dependent on a person's inclination or purpose.

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