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Old 11-15-2012, 11:09 AM   #47
cj wisty
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Originally Posted by Canibusfan420 View Post
I agree that enlightenment era philosophy trumps BC era philosophy... that should be a given (well, not in this forum obviously, but everywhere else).

And yes, the categorical imperative is absolutist.... and? What does it have to do with your point about morality extending to other species?

As you said, morality is a concept of "right" and "wrong".... how would you apply this to non human animal behaviour?
i wasnt applying it to animals. i was saying the guys argument would be better if he connected morality with the categorical imperative.
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