Agreement to Be Someones Slave and Second Form of Kant Essay

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According to the second form of Kant’s categorical imperative(Act in such a way that you treat humanity, whether in your own person or in the person of any other, never as a means to an end, but always at the same time as an end), would it be morally permissible for me to agree to be someone’s slave? Explain


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Running head: KANT’S PHILOSOPHY

Kant’s Philosophy

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KANT’S PHILOSOPHY
The second form of Kant’s categorical imperative states that; Act in such a way that you
treat humanity, whether in your person or the person of any other, never as a means to an end,
but always at the same time as an end (Weinrib, 2017). This means that human beings should not
treat other human beings as objects but instead they should value them and treat them with
ultimate respect and dignity. Human beings should not be treated as things, and they should not
treat themselves as such. Based on this, it wou...


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