Immanuel Kant claims that actions/ decisions taking (justly or unjustly) because of the desire for happiness or pleasure (of oneself and / or others) have no moral worth. Examine this claim and demonstrate your approval or disapproval of it.

Immanuel Kant claims that actions/ decisions taking (justly or unjustly) because of the desire for happiness or pleasure (of oneself and / or others) have no moral worth. Examine this claim and demonstrate your approval or disapproval of it..

I’m working on a Philosophy exercise and need support.

1) Eassy demonstrates an adequate understanding of the issue or question.

2) Displays thorough and appropriate response to the issue or question.

3) Expresses ideas without any form of ambiguity.

4) Two pages and not less than five paragraphs. Also, title must be simple, appropriate, and reflective of the content.

5) Student name should run as header on both pages.

6) MLA Referencing style ( quotations and citations).

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8) Spacing – 1.5.

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Immanuel Kant claims that actions/ decisions taking (justly or unjustly) because of the desire for happiness or pleasure (of oneself and / or others) have no moral worth. Examine this claim and demonstrate your approval or disapproval of it.

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