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Q: Michael Sandel notes that Kant's notion of freedom is central to his moral philosophy. What is Kant's idea of freedom? A. To act freely is doing what we want. B. To act freely is to have an
absence of obstacles to getting what we want. C. To act freely is to choose an end for its own sake. D. To act freely is to choose the best means to a given end. E. All of the above
A: Michael Sandel notes that Kant's notion of freedom is central to his moral philosophy. Kant's idea of freedom is to act freely is to choose an end for its own sake.
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Michael Sandel notes that Kant's notion of freedom is central to his moral philosophy. Kant's idea of freedom is to act freely is to choose an end for its own sake.
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