Kate is acting rightly because he is acting in accordance with duty.

Kate tries not to cheats on an exams because she knows that if she gets caught, she would get disciplined, therefore it’s not worth the risk. Kant…

Kate tries not to cheats on an exams because she knows that if she gets caught, she would get disciplined, therefore it’s not worth the risk. Kant would argue that…

1) Kate is not rightly because a *truly* virtuous person would not want to cheat

2) Kate is not acting rightly because he is required to maximize utility (which means choosing acting that results in more pleasure than pain.)

3) Kate is acting rightly because he is acting in accordance with duty.

4) Kate is acting rightly because he is acting from a sense of duty.

5) Kate is not acting rightly because he acts in accordance with duty, but not from a sense of duty.

6) Kate is acting rightly because he is doing something difficult in the short term in order to avoid overall negative consequences in the long term.

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