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28 March, 08:13

According to Kant, one can do what is right and that action still may not have "moral worth."

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  1. 28 March, 08:53
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    The correct answer is that Kant meant by moral worth as the action of people that must be done. By this I mean humans have several actions they believe everyone should do the standards that people must live by so he says that people act the way they want other to act.
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