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Which of the following is part of Kant’s categorical imperative? Answer : The form of an action rather than the intended result determines the ethical worth. No one person’s interest is given
more weight than another. Distribution favors the person getting the worst share. Both that no one person’s interest is given more weight than another and that distribution favors the person getting the worst share.
The form of an action rather than the intended result determines the ethical worth
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