What in the only thing that is good without limitation?
2. What is the true object of reason? What does Kant see as reason's role in producing
happiness? How does this compare with Plato's and Aristotle's view on this subject?
3. What is the difference between doing something "in accordance with duty"
and doing something "because of duty"? What can you tell about Kant's view on
4. What actions have genuine moral value? Compare his view on this to that of John
5. What in the only principle of the will that is entitled to be called good absolutely
and without qualification? Is it acceptable to tell "little white lies"? Why or
6. What in duty? What
"natural dialectic" does it create?
7. Why is moral law binding on
all rational beings and only on rational beings?
8. What are imperatives? Distinguish a hypothetical imperative
from a categorical imperative. Give examples of each.
9. What are the imperatives of
"skill" and of "prudence"?
How is each made possible?
10. Why is there
only one categorical imperative that can be called necessary?
What is that imperative?
11. What makes
persons objective ends and different from all other things,
which are subjective ends? What "practical imperative" follows from this?
12. How does Kant justify his principle as being objective and not borrowed from
13. What is "the kingdom of ends? How is it related to his final definition of
14. Provide each of the three ways in which the principle of morality has been